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Glacier Point Road Opens, Tioga Scheduled

YOSEMITE – Visitors to Yosemite National Park will once again have access to what is arguably one of the most spectacular vistas in the park as the Glacier Point Road opens for the season on Friday, May 3, at 12 noon. There will be limited visitor services available at Glacier Point, with vault toilets on-site, but no running water.

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North Fork Clean Up Day This Saturday

NORTH FORK – Bring your tools and your gloves to the North Fork Chamber of Commerce’s second annual North Fork Clean-Up Day on Saturday May 4. Everyone is invited to meet downtown at 9 a.m., and spend the day working on various projects and giving the town a face lift. The Chamber will serve up a BBQ and provide beverages ...

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Fraud Alert! Don't Click On That Text Message!

Sheriff Issues Credit Card Fraud Alert – MADERA COUNTY – Sheriff John Anderson is issuing a credit card fraud alert to all cell phone users. Sheriff Anderson was advised by local bank officials today who reported that at least two customers so far have received one of two text messages on their cell phones: “Visa Cards has been blocked,” or ...

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Meet the "Magnificent" Musicians; Kids Free!

MARIPOSA – The Mariposa Symphony Orchestra’s Apr. 27 and 28 Spring Concerts in Mariposa and Yosemite will offer two very accomplished guests: Violinist Ann Miller and Cellist Ira Lehn. Described by MSO Founder/Conductor Les Marsden as “magnificent” musicians, one is well-known to Mariposa audiences and the other will make her area premiere with the orchestra.

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Rock Out At Minarets On Friday

O’NEALS – Minarets High School musicians will be rocking the gym with the music of The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Pink, Blue Oyster Cult, Green Day, Pink Floyd, James Brown, and Cream on Friday, Apr. 19 at 7 p.m. The Spring Rock Show, “Stangfest 2013,” will be presented by the Minarets High School Advanced Music Productions and Guitar II classes. ...

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Crab Cakes Hosts Relay For Life Fundraiser

OAKHURST – Join The Insomniacs Relay for Life team at Crab Cakes on Monday, Apr. 22, for Family Fun Day from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and help stomp out cancer! If you mention Relay for Life to your server, Crab Cakes will donate 20% of your lunch or dinner tab (alcohol and Sunset Specials excluded) to help support The ...

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Family Fun In Raymond This Saturday

RAYMOND – The 28th annual Raymond Parade steps off at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Apr. 20, followed by a day of family fun in this historic foothills town. If you’ve never been to Raymond, or it has been a while, this is the perfect time for a short, scenic roadtrip and a fun excursion.

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Visit The Art Gallery On Earth Day

NORTH FORK – The Greater North Fork Gallery will have a special opening at the Earth Day festivities on Saturday, Apr. 20 at the Old Mill Site. The gallery will be open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., featuring work by local artists including Julie Konno, Anne Bredon, Michael Freemire, Joanne Freemire, Ruth Rosenthal, Charlie Overstreet, Diann Miller, Dee Shafer, ...

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Logger's Jamboree Kickoff Dinner Tonight

NORTH FORK – Tonight is the 54th Annual Mid-Sierra North Fork Loggers Jamboree Kick-off Dinner at the Town Hall. Doors open at 5:30 p.m., entertainment begins at 5:45, and dinner will be served at 6:00. This year’s theme is “From Tree to You.” The Loggers Jamboree is Saturday and Sunday, July 6 and 7, at the North Fork Recreation Center, ...

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New Menu Includes Sushi At The Jade Gazebo

OAKHURST – The Jade Gazebo in Oakhurst has recently undergone numerous changes, including a refreshed dining room and revamped menu. Peter Young recently took over the operation of the restaurant and has put his years of experience to work, quickly winning over regular customers and gaining many new ones.

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