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Celebrity Bartenders Tonight At Crab Cakes

OAKHURST – Tonight from 5 to 9 p.m., meet celebrity bartenders and help finish the restoration of the Little Church on the Hill. Roman and Laura Zabicki have graciously allowed the use of their facilities at Crab Cakes and Roaman’s Bar, where Rev. David Sebastian, Fr. Gordon Kamai and Fr. D. O. Kelley (Michael Costa), will be assisted by actual ...

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'Running Wild' Comes To Madera County

MADERA COUNTY – The Madera County Film Commission is pleased to announce they just finished filming an NBC TV series – you may have seen the commercials – “Running Wild With Bear Gylls.” Survival expert/adventurer Bear Grylls and movie star Channing Tatum, of 22 Jump Street fame, spent last Monday night camped on top of Fresno Dome in the Sierra ...

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Providing Opportunites For North Fork Kids

NORTH FORK – Bored and young in North Fork? A group of local citizens wants to hear from young people about what they want in their community, and increase awareness of the many things that are already available. Everyone is invited to attend a town meeting on Wednesday, July 9, at 6 p.m. at the North Fork Library to discuss ...

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2014 Candidates For Loggers Jamboree Royalty

NORTH FORK – The Loggers Jamboree Queen and Court contest is a fundraiser for the Summer Youth Program at the Recreation Center. Sponsored by the North Fork Boosters, the money raised provides the children of this mountain community a fun and safe place to gather during those long hot summer days. It also provides free lunch and a lifeguard in ...

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Low-Cost Pet Clinic In North Fork

NORTH FORK – On Saturday, June 28, the EMC SPCA will once again host a low-cost pet vaccination clinic in North Fork. Pet owners can bring their furry friends to Best Friends Pet Grooming, 33017 Road 222 in downtown North Fork between 8 a.m. to noon. All dogs must be on leash, and cats must be in secure carriers. No ...

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Water System Operator Needed In North Fork

NORTH FORK – The North Fork Community Development Council (NFCDC) is seeking proposals from qualified parties for a water system operator. The NFCDC owns the old mill site in North Fork and plans to hire a “D2” Distribution System Operator for the water system.

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Tamales Support Little Church and Honorary Mayor

OAKHURST – There are only three days left to order your tamales! The Little Church on the Hill in Oakhurst is still raising funds to finish refurbishing the outside of the church. A big boost to their fundraising efforts has been Michael Costa’s run for Honorary Mayor of Oakhurst, and his latest event involves hot tamales.

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Best Bloomers Melodrama Celebrates Yosemite Grant

OAKHURST – By day they may be high school students, lumber store employees or teachers, but at night they transform into characters like villain, victim, victor, hero, heroine, and even, President. That’s the beauty of the Golden Chain Theater (GCT), now presenting a very special performance of “Bonnie Belle’s Best Bloomers,” written by the late Daniel A. Ross. The traditional ...

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Jazz Guitar Concert At Queens Inn

OAKHURST – Twenty three guitarists and eight bass players from across the United States, Canada and Germany will be performing in a Jazz Guitar Concert on Thursday, June 26, from 7 to 9:30 pm. The event will be held at the Queens Inn Wine & Beer Garden, 41193 Highway 41 in Oakhurst, located behind the Sweetwater Steakhouse. Admission is free.

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Good Medicine Plays At NF Pizza Factory

NORTH FORK – Tonight is the night to catch local favorite Good Medicine, playing their home-spun brand of music at the Pizza Factory in North Fork. Frank and Deb Sipes will be joined by Jeff Hallock, and perhaps drummer Mark Albosta, from 6 to 8 p.m. Good Medicine plays acoustic, modern folk rock, jam, blues, originals and covers. Their style ...

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