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Locals Attend Native Youth Leadership Conference

By Greta Ziegler —  O’NEALS — Through a competitive application process which required involvement with Native American cultural activities and an interest in natural resources, three Minarets students were accepted and able to attend the Native Youth Community Adaptation and Leadership Congress (NYCALC) at the US Fish and Wildlife National Training Center in Shepherdstown, West Virginia. Darrin Coleman, Ashley Davis, ...

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Letter To The Editor: Hornick Doesn’t Have The Experience To Be District Attorney

I read with great interest the curious letter to the editor by candidate Paul Hornick the other day. I find it interesting that candidate Hornick just woke up to legislation from Sacramento that is a constant assault to the safety of our community, including police officers. Where was he when Sacramento was proposing the elimination of bail for misdemeanors, decriminalizing ...

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Madera And Mariposa County School Job Fair

COUNTY — Local schools and districts are holding a common hiring fair on Thursday, Sept. 27, with a variety of positions said to be available in a number of areas. The event is free and open to the public. Madera and Mariposa County School Districts, Charter Schools and County Offices are seeking to fill various positions including teacher, administrator, clerical ...

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Lady Badger Volleyball Pounces To More Victory

By Tamara Manieri — OAKHURST — Winner, winner, chicken dinner! On September 20, the Yosemite High school gym was filled with fans of the Lady Badgers volleyball team — and they had a lot to cheer for. The Yosemite Badgers Varsity team went up against the Liberty High Hawks for a fierce battle. The Hawks are the second team in ...

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Letter To The Editor: Sally Moreno Is The Clear Choice

As the President of the Madera Deputy Sheriffs’ Association, I would like to express our support Sally Orme Moreno. There are some distinct differences between the two candidates and here is why Sally was our clear choice. Sally Orme Moreno is a former police officer and has the most experience as a Senior Prosecutor. She has handled some of the ...

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‘Stangs Stomp On

By Cheyenne Upton —  O’NEALS — The first Minarets Mustangs victory of the football season occurred on Friday, Sept. 14 when Varsity had a win against the Tranquility Tigers with the score 60-7. Senior Alex Sexton says, ”I was very excited because it was the first win of the season and overall the best attitude we had in the past ...

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Wild And Scenic Rivers Celebrated In Film

MARIPOSA — Join the Upper Merced River Watershed Council and friends as they celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the passage of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act in El Portal on Saturday night, Oct. 6, with a special showing of 10 films showcasing frontline activism and stunning cinematography. Featured will be a collection of 10 films from this year’s Wild ...

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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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