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Become A Madera County Master Gardener

Submitted by Madera County Master Gardeners MADERA – Madera County Master Gardeners invite you to an informational meeting about how to become a Master Gardener on Thursday, Sept. 19, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., at the Madera Community College Center. Participants can meet Master Gardeners, learn about our public service activities, and obtain information about the four-month certification program which ...

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No Results In Search For Missing Firefighter

JEMEZ SPRINGS, NM – The search for Jemez Ranger District (Santa Fe National Forest) wildland firefighter, Token Adams, was hampered again yesterday by heavy afternoon rains. The steep, rugged, dense terrain has also challenged efforts despite the over 250 personnel involved in the search. The terrain in the vicinity of the search is described as extreme topography with steep uphill ...

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Mountain Heritage Days Is Two Weekends At Fresno Flats

OAKHURST — Mountain Heritage Days returns to Fresno Flats the weekends of September 13 – 15 and 20 – 21 with an expanded calendar of events over two weekends. With the promise of great entertainment and delicious food, you may enjoy the easy pace of life 100 years ago as you “Step Back in Time.”

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Stories From Cowboy Poet At Fresno Flats

OAKHURST – The Cowboy Poet is coming to Fresno Flats on Friday, Sept. 13. Madison Seamons, DVM, local veterinarian in Coarsegold, is returning to old Cunningham School to entertain everyone with stories of cowboy life and times. His stories will tickle your funny bone. Dr. Seamans lives with his lovely wife, Sunny Rae, in the foothills outside of Coarsegold, California. ...

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Community Gathers For Patriot Day 9/11

OAKHURST – Sierra Tel invites the community to its annual Patriot Day event on Wednesday, Sept. 11, at the Sierra Telephone Oakhurst Business Office at 9 a.m. Keynote Speaker for the 2013 Patriot Day Remembrance Event is Larry E. Westerlund, who served as a surface warfare officer with the United States Naval Reserve, from which he recently retired after 24 ...

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Master Musicians To Perform At Coolwater Ranch

AHWAHNEE – Eric Taylor will be the next in a series of world-class musicians to take center stage at the Coolwater Ranch on Saturday, Sept. 7, at 8 p.m. Eric Taylor is a sage musician, a lyrical genius and a master of the guitar. If you’re familiar with the intricate Texas singer/ songwriter jigsaw puzzle, you probably already know a ...

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Lions Club Serves Up Pancakes This Saturday

NORTH FORK – The North Fork Lions Club will be cooking up one of their famous pancake breakfasts this Saturday, Aug. 31, at the North Fork Rec Center from 7 – 10 a.m. This is one of three fundraisers the Lions put on during the year, and helps to fund their many projects in the North Fork area.

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Town Hall Meeting Tonight Bass Lake

BASS LAKE – District 5 Supervisor Tom Wheeler will hold a Town Hall Meeting tonight, Aug. 29, from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Lakeside Room A, at the Pines Resort. Everyone is invited to bring questions and participate in the discussion with your representative on the Madera County Board of Supervisors.

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Fire Restrictions On The Sierra National Forest

A message from the US Forest Service – SIERRA NATIONAL FOREST – Fire season came early this year and it’s not over. The Fire Danger condition is currently “High.” Given current fire activity throughout California and nationally, please help spread the word about Fire Restrictions on the Sierra National Forest and help keep the public safe from wildfire. Reduced snow ...

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Friends Of The Park Call It Quits

OAKHURST – For over a year now, one dedicated group of people has volunteered their time and energy, sometimes even risking their own safety, to coalesce as concerned citizens to patrol the Oakhurst Community Park. The park, once envisioned as a safe haven for children and families to gather and play, is believed by many to have been overtaken by ...

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