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Good Times In Tahoe For Badgers Club Basketball

LAKE TAHOE – Some of the young female athletes who are more used to populating Bass Lake in summer, and Oakhurst-area basketball courts nearly all other times, found themselves at Lake Tahoe and its surrounds recently. The Club basketball team of middle school-age Yosemite Badgers participated in the Xtreme Hoops Tournament there, from May 23 – 26.

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Local Author Pens Debut Novel

Something about the way the firelight caught in his eyes entranced her. It danced and sang as he spoke, telling a story of its own in his unblinking stare. “Isabelle, now is not the opportune time to discuss this,” he said. So begins the prologue of the new novel, Immortality Awaits (Objects of Inwit), authored by Andrew J. Stillman, who ...

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Black Belt Ceremony And Demonstration

MARIPOSA – The public is invited to a demonstration show and ceremony put on by the 2014 Black Belt Graduates of the Mariposa Martial Arts Academy, on Friday, June 20. The action will take place at the Mariposa County High School (MCHS) Fiester Auditorium, starting at 6 p.m. The cost to attend is $5. Featured in the program are Tiny ...

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Caldwell Receives Rotary Honor

OAKHURST – Yosemite High School graduating senior Jacob Caldwell was presented with the Student of the Month Award by Oakhurst Sierra Sunrise Rotary, Caldwell received the award on Tuesday, June 3 in Oakhurst. Pictured here, from left to right, are Sunrise Rotary President Susan Macaulay, Jacob Caldwell, and his theater arts teacher Lars Thorson, who is chair of the Fine ...

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Community Rallies To Replace Stolen Gear

AHWAHNEE – It was just another Tuesday during finals week when full time students Chris and Jessica decided to take a break for lunch. Leaving Fresno State in their 2002 Cadillac Escalade, the married couple drove a few blocks to Manchester Center and then pulled into a lot, parking under a posted sign that warned of surveillance, just to be ...

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Sierra Freepackers Ride And Restore

MADERA COUNTY – Warning: be careful what you read about Sierra Freepackers. You may just want to become one. The Backcountry Horsemen of California Sierra Freepackers Unit is comprised of a cross-section of volunteers who work in concert with the Forest Service and others to keep public riding trails open and safe for horses and their humans. Many of the ...

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Vision Academy Presents Lincoln And Liberty Choral Concert

OAKHURST – Vision Academy of the Arts invites the community to celebrate the 150th Anniversary of President Lincoln signing the Yosemite Grant in 1864, by attending the Lincoln and Liberty Choral Concert at Sierra Vista Church. Songs of the 1860s will be on the lineup for two shows. The first is on Saturday, June 7 at 7 p.m., followed by ...

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Free Summer Camps At Minarets

COARSEGOLD – Arts, media, music and technology are some of the subjects being explored at a free summer day camp for students who will be in grades 4 – 8 in the fall. All courses are activity-based and facilitated by qualified professional instructors and are designed for kids of age approximately 10 – 14. The camps run Monday through Thursday ...

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Fairy Garden Theater On Stage At Rivergold

COARSEGOLD – The widely anticipated local production of the third in a series known as the Fairy Garden Ballet is coming to the stage at Rivergold school, starring 33 local dancers. This marks the premiere of Fairy Garden Ballet: Inspire, a show which is written, choreographed and produced by Community Dance and Theater in Coarsegold.

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Free Interactive Arts And Poetry Lessons

NORTH FORK – If the artist or poet inside of you is searching for a way out, you may wish to explore the free interactive art lessons being offered on weekends at the Greater North Fork Art Gallery. Every Saturday and Sunday from 11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m., local professional artists and writers will be on hand to demonstrate their ...

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