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Moonwalker: The Reflection Of Michael

COARSEGOLD – Prepare to be dazzled for two shows inspired by a man some people say was the biggest star that ever lived. Moonwalker: The Reflection of Michael takes the stage at Chukchansi Gold Casino & Resort on Friday, Aug. 19 and Saturday, Aug. 20. Doors open at 7 p.m. for an 8 p.m. show. Moonwalker “takes the audience on ...

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Teenager Airlifted After Head-On Crash

OAKHURST — A camping trip to the mountains ended badly for a family from Burbank when they were caught up in a head-on collision on Deadwood. At 1 p.m. today, an aunt, uncle, and 14-year old nephew were headed south out of Oakhurst on Highway 41 just past the 40 mile per hour corner, in a 2012 GMC SUV. At ...

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Accident Delays Traffic Over Deadwood

OAKHURST — At 1 p.m. today emergency crews were called out to respond to an accident over Deadwood on Highway 41 between Oakhurst and Coarsegold. Both lanes were initially blocked and one-way traffic control was put in place following the two-car collision. By 2 p.m. both lanes were open and traffic continues to be delayed as crews work to remove the vehicles and clean up ...

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How Are Your Shoulders Feeling?

Written by Virginia Eaton — How are your shoulders feeling? Can you still reach overhead to get something out of the cupboard? Do you have difficulty putting on a sweater or a jacket? As I work with older adults, I hear shoulder complaints more often than any other, so I was thrilled when I started reading some interesting research about ...

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Crews On Scene Of Longview Fire In Coarsegold

COARSEGOLD — Crews are currently on scene of a fire burning in vegetation in the 30000 block of Longview Lane in Coarsegold, at the intersection of Longview and the Flying O Ranch Road. Evacuation warnings have been issued for residents two miles on either side, immediately east and west of the fire. The Longview Fire was called in just after 1 p.m. today, and ...

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Winding Fire Quickly Doused In Oakhurst

OAKHURST — Multiple engines and firefighters are currently on the scene of a commercial structure fire at Oakhurst Storage, located at 40820 Winding Way. The fire started in an office building for the storage company and no storage units were involved in this incident. The fire was reported at 11:20 a.m. As of now, ten engines, one water tender, thirty-five ...

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Evacuations Ordered In Fork Fire

NORTH FORK — Just before 6 p.m. today crews were called out to reports of a structure fire that had spread into the vegetation on Road 225 in North Fork, where power lines are down. The three structures where the fire began have been lost and 200 structures are threatened. Mandatory evacuations have been ordered for residents of the Mill Compound, Douglas Ranger Station, Cascadel Road, ...

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Vegetation Fire Threatens Structures In Coarsegold

COARSEGOLD — Crews rushed this afternoon to the scene of a grass fire burning on Hidden Knolls Road just south of Road 415. At 1:18 p.m. the first engine on scene reported the Knolls fire at about two acres, burning in grass with a moderate rate of spread. As resources continued to arrive, reports came in of structures threatened and vehicles involved. CHP and ...

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Coarsegold Woman Convicted Of Felonies

MADERA COUNTY — Coarsegold resident Rachel Nickole James, 34, was convicted of felony violations including assault with a deadly weapon and criminal threats, as well as a misdemeanor petty theft, at a jury trial in the Madera County Superior Courthouse on Thursday, July 28. The trial related to an incident that occurred on December 7, 2015, at the Chevron station on ...

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Apply Now To Be In Mountain Heritage Days Parade

Written by Sandy Brinley — OAKHURST — Sierra Historic Sites Association will be celebrating the 20th year of Mountain Heritage Days at Fresno Flats Village and Park on School Road in Oakhurst. The event will run from Friday, Sept. 16 through Sunday Sept. 18. Along with vendors, great food, music, raffle, and many other events, the annual parade will be held on Saturday, Sept. ...

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