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SNF Receives Heavy Winter Weather

SNF  – Heavy winter weather has been occurring in the Sierra National Forest (SNF) over the past few days, with more of the same expected in the coming days. The weather system has brought much needed rainfall to the valley, and snow to the Southern Sierra, with snow levels falling to as low as into the foothills. This weather is ...

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Minarets’ Students React to COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

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By Janine Alven, student journalist for Minarets Press At Minarets, there is a wide variety of students so it’s only right for these students to have a variety of opinions on what is affecting them. Recently, the COVID-19 vaccine mandate has caused controversies among the students; some are for the vaccine mandate and others are against the mandate, while there ...

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Celebration of Life for Scott Erickson – Updated

Celebration of Life for Scott Erickson January 9th from 1-3 PM. The Lakeview Room at the Pines Resort 54432 Rd 432 Bass Lake, CA 93604 “Scott was born and raised in Ahwahnee, CA. He lived his life as a man should. He worked hard and took care of his girls. He was a logger, CAT skinner and a wood cutter. ...

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Prescribed Burn Planned in Mariposa

Mariposa– Mariposa County in cooperation with Sierra Foothills Conservancy, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE), the Southern Sierra Miwuk Nation, and the Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians to begin the next step in the Mariposa Creek Parkway Restoration Project. Mariposa County Planning Department will organize a prescribed burn taking place from January 1-31st to coincide with ...

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Burn Permit Requirements Lifted in Mariposa County

Mariposa – Effective Monday, December 13 at 8 AM the burn permit requirement in Mariposa County will be lifted and residents will be able to resume burning on permissible burn days. Cooler temperatures, higher humidity and winter weather have helped to diminish the threat of wildfire.  Property owners and residents are asked to use caution while conducting debris burns, follow ...

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Grace Community Church to Provide Christmas Food Baskets

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NORTH FORK — Each year, Grace Community Church makes Christmas food baskets available for the residents of North Fork. This year they will follow the same practices as last year since Covid-19 is still driving their precautions. There will be no advance signups, and the pickup of the food will be a drive-through on the church campus. Volunteers will place ...

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Celebration of Life for Sean Michael Driscoll

Sean Michael Driscoll July 23, 1976 – November 11, 2021 Sean Michael Driscoll (Mike), 45, passed away on November 20, 2021, in a tragic motorcycle accident in Coarsegold, California. Our hearts are heavy in his absence. Mike was born on July 23, 1976, in Fresno, CA, to Thomas and Jeanne Driscoll. The family moved to Yosemite Lakes Park in Coarsegold ...

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Recipes of the Week: Camembert Wreaths & Chocolate Oranges

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Despite a busy holiday schedule, you can take the stress out of entertaining and cooking by planning ahead and simplifying your menu. Here’s how: Start with Showstopping Recipes When hosting for the holidays, visual dishes that look as good as they taste lend themselves toward seasonal celebrations. Try shareable creations like this Baked Camembert Wreath with Navel Orange and Cranberry ...

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AT&T Gift Helps Close Digital Divide at Fresno State

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FRESNO STATE — Fresno State hosted representatives from AT&T, including California President Rhonda Johnson, to celebrate AT&T’s commitment to help  students close the digital divide. AT&T announced a grant of $200,000 from the AT&T Foundation that will directly benefit students and support Fresno State’s DISCOVERe Mobile Technology Program. In total, AT&T announced an allocation of $350,000 that will benefit a ...

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