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Mariposa Butterfly Festival Takes Flight

MARIPOSA – It’s going to be a busy trio of beautiful spring days as thousands flit into town for the annual Butterfly Festival, held the first weekend in May starting Friday, May 2 through Sunday, May 4. Organizer Jeanetta Phillips wants everyone to know it’s a “family-friendly few days of fun, with no admission cost, and lots of live interaction ...

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Scenes From Beauty And The Beast

Photos by Virginia Lazar OAKHURST – Yosemite High School’s production of the Disney musical Beauty and the Beast played to a packed house last night. The evening left even the smallest children enthralled, as little kids were invited on stage at the show’s conclusion to have a hug with “Belle” and the rest of the cast.

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Yosemite High Future Business Leaders

Submitted by Yosemite High School senior Phillip McLean OAKHURST – On April 10, the Future Business Leaders of America Club (FBLA) traveled down to Ontario to compete in the State Championship. Before we could compete in the State Championship, we had to compete in the Central Section Leadership Conference to move on to State. It all started when my brother ...

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Free Bridal Show Sunday At Paradise Springs

OAKHURST – Those with stars in the eyes, love in their hearts and engagement rings on their fingers – and all others – are invited to a spend a day in paradise by attending a Free Bridal Show on Sunday, Apr. 27, from 12 to 4 p.m. at Paradise Springs. Paradise Springs is a special events venue located on 100 ...

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Injured Climber Rescued From Yosemite Cathedral Spire

YOSEMITE – A 26-year-old Palo Alto man was successfully rescued in Yosemite National Park on Sunday, Apr. 20, after falling approximately 30 feet and sustaining serious injuries to his back. According to YNP Ranger Kari Cobb, a call came in to Search and Rescue dispatch shortly after 10 a.m. that a climber had fallen from a nearly-vertical granite pillar and ...

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Travis Takes Off

Submitted by YHS student Xiao “Travis” Ma OAKHURST – It is always hard to realize how fast time goes by. There are less than two months left before I finish the life here. I experienced so many things during this year. I could not even imagine how would I live in another country and speak another language for a whole ...

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Amazing Adoptables Available Now

OAKHURST – Looking for someone warm to curl up with at night? These five fabulous, sometimes drooling four-leggers are dogs currently in the foster care system with Kellen Rescue. Kellen is a nonprofit no-kill dog and cat rescue, rehabilitation and placement organization whose mission is to partner loving life-time homes with the animals in their foster care network.

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Rivergold School Roundup From The Mountains To The Seas

COARSEGOLD – Like other kids around the mountains, students at Rivergold School are just getting back from Spring Break. Before that, they were busy taking academic field trips and making history. Here’s just some of what the Hawks have been up to, lately. 8th grade students with chaperones traveled by bus and boat to Catalina Island, spending three nights and ...

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Start Your Engines For Coarsegold Classic Car Show

COARSEGOLD – If you love engines, or shiny things, or both – it’s time to rev up, because registration is open for the Coarsegold Classic Car Show. Whether you enter the show with your favorite wheeled obsession or just save the date on your calendar, it’s set for Saturday, June 14. The car spectacular takes place on the green at ...

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