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AAUW Hosts Election Forum On School Board And Measure M

MARIPOSA – The Mariposa Branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) will be hosting a moderated Election Forum for Mariposa County featuring 3rd District School Board candidates and Measure M, the proposed 2 percent increase in the Transit Occupancy Tax. The purpose of this two-part non-partisan forum is to facilitate an exchange between the community and School Board ...

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Two People Killed When Hit By A Truck On Road 400

RAYMOND – Two people are dead after being hit by a pickup while fighting in the middle of Road 400 south of Hensley Lake last night. At about 9 p.m., Rickey Holt, 39, of Madera, was driving a 2001 Dodge Neon northbound on Road 400, just south of Road 406, when passengers Dean Cram, 37, of Raymond, and Lucille Trolinger, ...

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Smokey Bear Run/Walk Returns To Bass Lake, Register Now

BASS LAKE – The Mountain Area Runners would like to invite all runners and walkers to join in the celebration of the 31st Smokey Bear Run/Walk at beautiful Bass Lake, Calif., on Saturday, Sept. 22. Race day features all types of activities for everyone’s fitness level. There is a 2-mile walk, a 2-mile run, a 10K run (6.2 mi.), and ...

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Countdown To The Coulterville HOWL – CoyoteFest Returns

Written by Dale Silverman – COULTERVILLE – New and exciting things are happening at this year’s CoyoteFest in historic Coulterville. A fun filled 24+ hours begins at 5 p.m. on Friday evening on the Coulter Café’s patio. This new opening FUNdraising party will feature a BBQ menu, a super fun band and a number of micro-brews. On Saturday, Sept. 22, ...

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Shakespeare Comedy “The Merry Wives Of Windsor” In The Art Park

MARIPOSA, CA –– The Mariposa Theatre Alliance, a program of the Mariposa County Arts Council, present an open air performance of Shakespeare’s Merry Wives of Windsor by Merced Shakespearefest on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 22 and 23, at 7 p.m. at the Mariposa County Park Amphitheatre. In this raucous, farcical comedy directed by Colton Dennis, the roguish Falstaff sets his ...

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Join The Community Choir, Rehearsals Begin This Week

NORTH FORK — Don’t think that just because it’s in North Fork and you’re not, you can’t join the amazing North Fork Community Choir. We have members from as far away as Fresno and Nipinnawasee who join us every week to raise their voices in celebration of the holiday season, and perform for the community the first Saturday in December. ...

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Don Your Best Disney Costume For Public Coffee House Event

NORTH FORK – Public Coffee House in North Fork is holding Disney Tribute on Saturday, Sept. 22, from 3:30 to 6 p.m. Dress up as your favorite Disney character and join in on some Disney games. There will be a Best Costume Contest and the winner will receive $50. Also, the folks at PCH invite the community to help support ...

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Expect Delays In Yosemite As Traffic Data Equipment Is Replaced

YOSEMITE – Visitors to Yosemite National Park should be prepared for one-lane traffic control at numerous locations throughout the park through the end of October. From Sept. 10 to Oct. 28, the park will be replacing the existing traffic counters in Yosemite, beginning this week along Tioga Road. At each location, the park will be installing loop vehicle detectors in ...

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They Said Yes! And We Say Thank You

MOUNTAIN AREA – These people could have said no. When we asked the community to step up and show financial support for local news, these folks became subscribers, advertisers, partners and friends. To each we say: Thank you! Sierra News Online would not exist without you. We love you! If you’d like to join in, subscribe here or advertise here. ...

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Schedule For Fall 2018 Madera County Flu Shot Clinics

MADERA COUNTY – Flu season is rapidly approaching and with it, the need for flu vaccines, says Madera County Public Health Director Sara Bosse, who invites everyone to “take a page from our book.” “Flu vaccine is like a library,” says Bosse. “Each year when you get a flu shot, you add a book to your library. You have the ...

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