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Cal Fire Seizes Massive Trove Of Illegal Fireworks

SACRAMENTO – With the Fourth of July holiday just around the corner, Cal Fire announced one of the largest seizures of illegal fireworks in state history today. Following a months long investigation, CCal Fire law enforcement officers arrested seven individuals and seized over 49,000 pounds of fireworks over the past two weeks in connection to a large-scale illegal firework ring. ...

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Sheriff’s Office Seeks Help Locating Missing At-Risk Man

UPDATE: 3:45 p.m. “Thanks to a tip from an alert citizen, missing at risk adult Juan Luis Montejano has been safely located by Madera County Sheriff’s Detectives. He is being reunited with his family in Chowchilla. The Madera County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank the public for their assistance and widespread sharing of information to bring attention to this ...

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The Fab Four Ultimate Tribute Concert

COARSEGOLD — Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino’s 2018 Sounds of Summer outdoor concert series brings The Fab Four Ultimate Tribute to the outdoor pavilion on Saturday, June 9. The Emmy Award Winning Fab Four is known for their precise attention to detail, with note-for-note live renditions of Beatles’ classics such as Can’t Buy Me Love, Yesterday, A Day In The ...

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Stuff A Backpack With Love And School Supplies

MARIPOSA — The Mariposa branch of the American Association of University Women is gearing up for another summer of outfitting quality backpacks, fully stocked with school supplies, for middle school students throughout our county. This year we have expanded our project to include a partnership with the JC Fremont Back to School Health Fairs.  We will additionally continue to donate ...

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O’Neals Fire Doubles In Size To 300 Acres

O’NEALS – The O’Neals Fire, burning near Road 210 in the Hildreth area, is now estimated at 300 acres and is 40 percent contained. While the estimated size of the fire has increased, there is very little smoke and firefighters are making good progress. The fire was first reported at about 5:43 p.m. yesterday afternoon, and quickly spread through oak ...

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What’s Happening In June At Oakhurst Branch Library?

OAKHURST — The Oakhurst Branch Library has scheduled a full calendar of free events for the month of June, including special programs for writers, musicians, preschoolers, parents, book lovers, historians, adventurers, children, teens and seniors. Programs are held at the Library in the Sue Rhu Children’s Room, in the Library Community Room, and at the Oakhurst Community Center. Every Monday 3Pm ...

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Joyful Classical At Free Sierra Foothill Concert

OAKHURST — Are you a classical music lover looking for a mindfully delicious way to get away from the weekend heat? Here’s the ticket, and it’s free. On Sunday, June 10, a concert featuring local musicians will be presented at 2 p.m. at the Sierra Vista Presbyterian Church. Sponsored jointly by the Sierra Foothill Composers’ Co-operative and Vision Academy of ...

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Not Your Average Conference

FISH CAMP — The 1st Annual Yosemite Peace Symposium will bring together peacemakers from around the country to educate, motivate and activate attendees. The Symposium will take place Oct. 26 – 27 at Tenaya Lodge, just outside the southern entrance to Yosemite National Park. The Symposium includes motivating general sessions, featuring a screening of the documentary on the forced incarceration ...

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Sometimes You Need Supporters Who Are Not Family

OAKHURST — There’s a new cancer support group in town, and the first meeting is in the early evening on Monday, June 18, under the cool shade of a flowering tree, in the garden at our local distillery. How great is that? The group is spear-headed by artist and gallery owner Ally Benbrook together with Kelley Miller — it’s open ...

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Times Have Changed Since “Cougar Killer” Film Premiered

OAKHURST — Fresno Flats Historic Park invites the community to attend the June edition of their First Friday Lecture Series. On Friday, June 1, historian Tom Phillips presents a film about his great-uncle Jay C. Bruce who was, for three decades in the early 20th century, the appointed California state mountain lion hunter. Phillips is the co-author of Yosemite’s Forgotten Pioneers: ...

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