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Letter To The Editor: Jessica Morse Is Right For The Job

I have lived in California’s 4th District for most of my life, and Jessica Morse is the right public servant to represent us in Congress. Jessica is fifth generation California, and her family still operates a small mill on their original homestead outside of Auburn. Jessica served 10 years under both parties and will continue her bipartisan approach, when elected, ...

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Minarets Mustang Football Update

By Ruth Biedermann —  O’NEALS — The stands on both sides of the football field at Minarets High School filled up with people and excitement. People were cheering for both YHS and Minarets football teams. With the varsity football game ending in the scores of Minarets with 10 to Yosemite with 38, varsity player and senior Christian Varner gave his opinion ...

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Fabulous First Graders Enjoy Their Exercise

OAKHURST — Our fabulous first graders at Oakhurst Elementary School know the importance of getting enough exercise every week. Each Friday our “firsties” migrate over to OCI to walk on the track. In addition, they have learned that each time they walk around the track — it is a quarter mile. Walking, running, or jogging with friends makes it so much ...

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Oak Creek Intermediate Leadership Team Beautifies Campus

By OCI Correspondents — OAKHUST — The Oak Creek Intermediate Leadership Class planted some new shrubs in the front of the school. Our leadership team is helping the school with everyday tasks including recycling, fun noontime activities, and gardening. We planted the shrubs in front of the school because we wanted to provide a warm welcome to all of the ...

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Satterfields Are Grand Marshals Of Coarsegold Stampede

COARSEGOLD — The third annual PRCA-sanctioned Coarsegold Stampede kicks off on Friday, Sept. 14 and continues Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 15 and 16. In addition to pro rodeo both days, the Stampede will have vendor booths, food trucks, kids’ area and activities, rodeo royalty,  a cornhole tournament, cowboy church, mutton bustin’ and two rodeo dances with live music. New this year ...

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Madera County Sheriff’s Log Through September 9

MADERA COUNTY – Following are details from the Madera County Sheriff’s Office of reports taken locally from Monday, Sept. 3, to Sunday, Sept. 9, 2018. Coarsegold motor vehicle stop results in mental health evaluation On Monday, Sept. 3 at 3:46 a.m. a deputy observed a vehicle traveling southbound about 25 miles per hour on CA-41 at Bellview. During a vehicle ...

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YHS Girls And Boys Water Polo Pick Up Key Wins

By YHS Correspondent —  OAKHURST — Yosemite High School girls water polo got an exciting win at Golden Valley High School in Merced on Aug. 24. After a strong first half by the Lady Badgers, Golden Valley clawed its way back into the game, trailing only 8-6 at the end of the third period. As the fourth period began Yosemite’s ...

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MY*Tri Youth Triathlon Returns To Bass Lake

OAKHURST – Registration is now open for the mountain area’s youth triathlon as the sixth annual Bass Lake MY*Tri returns on Saturday, Sept. 8. This super-fun triathlon is open to kids ages 5 – 17. Hosted by Miller’s Landing Resort on beautiful Bass Lake, just miles from Yosemite National Park, MY*Tri offers the perfect outdoor mountain venue and challenging courses for ...

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Ridin’, Rockin’ And Livestockin’ At The Mariposa County Fair

MARIPOSA — Labor Day weekend marks the return of one of the most anticipated events in Mariposa County — The Mariposa County Fair, running Friday through Monday, Aug. 31 through Sept. 3. For nearly 80 years this has been the quintessential country fair, featuring agricultural events, displays, demonstrations, entertainment, a carnival, a midway and more, providing old-fashioned fun for the ...

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Letter To The Editor: Capitol Continues Assault On Peace Officers

My name is Paul Hornick, and I am a prosecutor in Madera. I have been a prosecutor for 13 years, and never have I seen a state legislature launch an assault on peace officers as shamelessly as what is happening in California now. Berkeley Democrat Nancy Skinner recently introduced Senate Bill 1421, which will likely be passed into law. SB1421 ...

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