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Raise Your Voice With Community Choir

NORTH FORK – If you have ever sung in a choir or have ever wanted to, now is the time. The renowned North Fork Community Choir is warming up for winter and they want you to join. “One of the things that’s awesome about this choir is that you don’t even have to audition,” says choir conductor Gina Clugston. “It’s ...

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Sweet Competition For Junior Bakers

OAKHURST, CA — Vision Academy of the Arts is helping out with Mountain Heritage Days this year in some sweet and spicy ways. On Saturday, Sept. 14 at Fresno Flats, organizers have planned a Junior Homemade Cookie Bake-Off, scheduled the same day as the Salsa Fest.

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No Bad Dogs, Just Untrained

OAKHURST – It’s soft, cute and cuddly. It smells amazing. You got it from a box in front of a supermarket, or at a shelter, a pet shop or breeder. It’s a little puppy, sweet as an infant and you are thrilled beyond belief. That is, until you realize your new puppy, the one with the razor sharp teeth, has ...

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New Principal's Principles At Yosemite High

OAKHURST – School’s back in session and Yosemite High School (YHS) has a new principal. This may be Randy Seals’ first year at YHS but he’s no stranger to the area. Seals has lived most of his life in Chowchilla, where he still resides today. So far. It’s not an exaggeration to say Seals is thrilled to be working here ...

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Meet the "Waving Man" of Coarsegold

COARSEGOLD – Reader Sherri Buchanan wrote in with a story suggestion about “the wonderfully inspiring man who stands on 425C and 41 and welcomes the commuters with a wave and a smile. We would love to know more about him.” You may have seen the man Sherri refers to if you head south of Deadwood on 41 in the early ...

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Your Back To School Photo Album

MOUNTAIN AREA — Alarm clocks went off early last week and continue to do so this week too, as kids across the have districts started back to school. We asked parents to send in first-day pics and you did. The SNO community sends a big “thank you!” to all the kids, parents, teachers, staff and administrators who make school happen ...

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Sierra Vista Church Honors Rev. Bill Welch

OAKHURST – On Sunday, Sept. 1, Sierra Vista Presbyterian Church will honor their former pastor by giving him the title of Pastor Emeritus. Rev. Bill Welch, who served as pastor of Sierra Vista from November 1986 to October 2003, will bring the morning message at the 9:30 a.m. worship service in the outdoor amphitheater. Rev. Welch was the chartering pastor ...

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When Someone Goes Missing In Yosemite

YOSEMITE – If you Google “missing in Yosemite,” you’ll turn up a heartbreaking number of links, each a story of a loved one whose trip to this magnificent park did not go as planned. You can read about lone hikers out of contact with family and feared injured or worse, and tales of one person swept away in frigid and ...

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Clampers, Blacksmiths, Red Shirts And More

AHWAHNEE – Take a peek back in time to the days a hundred years ago and more, as the history-loving Grub Gulch Chapter 41-49 of E Clampus Vitus dedicates a monument at an old blacksmith shop and cottage located off Road 600. On Saturday, Oct. 12, from 10 – 11 a.m. local “Clampers” are meeting to honor the legacy of ...

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New Grief Support Group Meets In Oakhurst

OAKHURST – For those grieving the death of a loved one, Hinds Hospice Center for Grief and Healing has announced the addition of a new grief support group in the foothills. “It can be very helpful and supportive to meet with others who also have experienced the loss of a loved one,” say the experts.

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