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New Coach for Minarets Cross Country

By Cheyenne Upton —  O’NEALS — In a flash, cross country will be here! Coach Lisa Kaczmarek is very thrilled for this year and what her runners will bring on and off of the track. She has coached for four years at the Ranchos Middle School in the Golden Valley Unified School District. According to Coach Kaczmarek, ​she is looking ...

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Yosemite High Girls Volleyball: A Force To Be Reckoned With

By Tamara Manieri — OAKHURST — With girls volleyball well underway in the mountain area, the Yosemite High School volleyball team is a force to be reckoned with. For a second straight year the Badgers were invited to play at the Mammoth Invitational Tournament and for the second straight year — they won it all. It does not stop there. ...

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Tree Mortality Work In Madera County, Column #1

Written by Sarah Bolton – MADERA COUNTY – Hello Madera Residents! Welcome to the first edition of the Tree Mortality Community Column. Our company, Blue Ridge Services, is partnering with Madera County to oversee and implement their tree mortality mitigation project. Several members of our team live in Madera County, and like you, we are well aware of the severity ...

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Local Drama Club Tackles A Tricky Task In Ashland

By Rebecca Townsend —  O’NEALS — The Minarets Drama Club recently returned from their annual field trip to the Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, Oregon, organized by drama teacher Kayla West and Spanish teacher/dance coach Karen Urrutia-Polnitz. Our students joined others from Sanger and Clovis to watch five productions, including Romeo and Juliet, Sense and Sensibility, Othello, The Way the Mountain ...

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Letter To The Editor: McClintock Is A Politician, Not A Public Servant

As we move toward the 2018 mid term elections we need to take a close look at the two candidates running to represent our CA #4 District in the House of Representatives. Tom McClintock is our current representative and Jessica Morse is running against him. I recently attended a Meet and Greet for Jessica Morse. She is dynamic and very ...

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Letter To The Editor: I Endorse Paul Hornick For District Attorney

I am pleased to endorse Paul Hornick for the office of District Attorney. Not only am I voting for him, but I actively encourage all other qualified voters to do the same. Citizens of Madera and I have had the last weeks to observe and evaluate the perspectives and agendas of the District Attorney candidates in this race but, as ...

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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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