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Coarsegold Women Suffer Major Injuries In Fresno Crash

FRESNO – Two Coarsegold women suffered major injuries in a multi-vehicle accident in Fresno over the weekend, when one stopped to assist the other after a crash on a busy freeway. On June 9 at approximately 10:16 a.m., Hilary Anne Rak, 50, was riding a 2002 Harley Davidson eastbound on SR-180 near Peach Avenue in the number 2 lane. Ms. ...

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Three Years Of Evacuations Make These Folks Serious About Wildfire

NORTH FORK – Residents in the community of Cascadel Woods and Cascadel Heights are taking fire preparedness very seriously. Having been evacuated three times in the last three years when wildfire threatened, and with only one viable route leading down from mountain homes, more than a dozen residents armed themselves with weed whackers over the weekend and removed the fuel ...

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Driver Airlifted After Crash On Road 274 Near Bass Lake

BASS LAKE – A evening drive down to Bass Lake ended with a serious accident and three young people being transported to the hospital. Last evening, a group of teens who are spending the summer working at the Sugar Pine Christian Camp left that location to head down to the lake. They were eastbound on Road 274 just after 10 ...

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Early Morning Fire Destroys SUV In Teaford Lakes Driveway

NORTH FORK – An SUV parked in a driveway in the Teaford Lakes Meadow neighborhood was completely destroyed by fire in the early morning hours. Shortly after midnight, firefighters were called out to reports of a vehicle fire on Moic Drive. Ron Brix was just arriving home when the warning lights in his 2015 Subaru Forester came on and the ...

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Fire In Oakhurst Area Started By A Weedeater

OAKHURST – Just as firefighters were dealing with a medical rescue at Angel Falls and an unconscious person at Recreation Point in the Bass Lake area, they were called out for a fire reported on Wortham Road near Oakhurst. Just before 1 p.m., several calls came in of a vegetation fire south of Road 423. The first unit at scene ...

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Madera County Still Processing Ballots, Two Very Tight Races

MADERA COUNTY – Ballots for the June 5 primary are still being processed at the Madera County Elections Division. The new totals released today did not change the outcome of the unofficial results from Tuesday night (see updated totals below) but everyone is keeping an eye on two very tight races. Incumbent District 5 Supervisor Tom Wheeler still holds onto ...

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Meet The Sierra National Forest OHV Teams, Bring The Kids

CLOVIS —The Bass Lake and High Sierra Ranger Districts of the Sierra National Forest will be offering several opportunities this summer for people to learn about OHV use on the National Forest; how to safely recreate, protect the natural resources, and maximize the enjoyment of Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) recreation. Free educational material will be available, and there will be fun ...

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Music From “E.T” and “Jurassic Park” Highlight Independence Day Concert

MARIPOSA – A journey through eight decades of great American Film Music will highlight the Mariposa Symphony Orchestra’s (MSO) 2018 “Independence Day Spectacular!” Concert. The concert will be presented on Saturday, June 30, at 7 p.m. in the Mariposa County Park Amphitheatre, located at 4998 County Park Road in Mariposa. The MSO is a program of the Mariposa County Arts ...

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