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YHS Drumline Team to Hold Mattress Fundraiser

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MOUNTAIN COMMUNITIES — Yosemite High School’s drumline team has been using the same equipment since 2005. It’s well past its life expectancy and they are in desperate need of financial support from the community in order to raise the funds needed for the purchase of new marching percussion equipment. Student numbers are growing but they cannot admit any new drumline ...

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Letter To The Editor In Support of Marc Gilchrist

This is a pivotal time for k-12 education in California, our kids have suffered tremendous learning loss, so we need every vote for candidates that will focus academics not social agendas. I served on the Coarsegold Union School district Board for 6 years. I ran for the board because I felt that parents were not being heard by the administration, ...

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Community Input Needed For Wildfire Research

UC Davis researchers want to hear your perspectives on wildfire issues in California! NORTH FORK — Help protect your community from wildfire by sharing your opinions and experiences at https://linktr.ee/ucdwildfire. Your responses will inform local leaders and policymakers of your landscape and community values, guiding solutions to reduce wildfire’s impact and bolstering everyone’s resilience. The project involves two surveys: one ...

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UCCE and Mariposa County to Offer Pest Management Workshop

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MARIPOSA COUNTY — The Mariposa County Department of Agriculture in conjunction with the University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE) will be presenting its annual 2022 Winter Integrated Pest Management workshop on Thursday, December 8, 2022, at the Mariposa Fairgrounds in Building A. See map below. Join us for this workshop if you are interested in learning about the California Department of ...

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Stop Vampire Appliances from Taking a Bite Out Of Your Budget

Identify Energy Vampires Sucking Up Energy to Reduce Usage and Save Money OAKLAND — Vampire appliances have a voracious appetite for sucking the energy out of electrical outlets and money out of your wallet, even when they are turned off. These appliances and devices still use energy while powered down and they are potentially all over your home. While these ...

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Helping One Woman (HOW) to Honor Elinor Harlow

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AHWAHNEE — One woman with $10 can buy another woman lunch. Ten women with $10 can buy another woman’s groceries. One hundred women with $10 can make a real difference in another woman’s life. This month’s Helping One Woman (HOW) recipient is Elinor Harlow and her HOW dinner will be Wednesday, November 16, at 6 p.m. at The Hitchin’ Post in Ahwahnee. ...

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Traffic Alert Two Accidents Road 200

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MOUNTAIN COMMUNITIES–Two motor vehicle accidents are being reported on Road 200. One is near Highway 41 in the 54000 block of Road 200 and the other is near Hadley Road. The accident in the 54000 block involves a single vehicle and injuries are unknown at this time. The vehicle is off the road. The accident near Hadley Road involves two ...

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Traffic Alert Highway 41 and Jewel Vista

O’NEALS–A motor vehicle accident is being reported on Highway 41 near Jewel Vista in the O’Neals area. A single vehicle is involved and has blocked all lanes of the highway.  An ambulance and tow truck are enroute. Please use caution in the area and expect delays. We will update this article when more information is available. Update 4:30pm One way ...

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Friends of the Oakhurst Branch Library to Hold Book Sale

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OAKHURST — Friends of the Oakhurst Branch Library (FOBL) will have a five dollar a bag book sale on Saturday, November 5, from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m., in the Candace Flammang Community Room at the Oakhurst Branch Library. Come fill up a bag! Bags will be provided at the door or if you prefer you may purchase a special “Oakhurst ...

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The Golden Chain Theatre Presents ‘The Sound of Music’

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OAKHURST — The final collaboration between Rodgers & Hammerstein was destined to become the world’s most beloved musical. Featuring a trove of cherished songs, including “Climb Ev’ry Mountain,” “My Favorite Things,” “Do Re Mi,” “Sixteen Going on Seventeen” and the title number. The Sound of Music won the hearts of audiences worldwide, earning five Tony Awards and five Oscars. The ...

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