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"A Haven of Rest" Receives Top Honor from TripAdvisor

Local Bed & Breakfast “A Haven of Rest” has announced that it has received a TripAdvisor® 2012 Certificate of Excellence award. The accolade, which honors hospitality excellence, is given only to establishments that consistently achieve outstanding traveler reviews on TripAdvisor, the world’s largest travel site, and is extended to qualifying businesses worldwide. Approximately 10 percent of accommodations listed on TripAdvisor ...

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Coarsegold Classic Car Show

The Coarsegold Classic Car Show returns to the Historic Village on Saturday, June 16th, from 7am to 2pm. Admission is free to the public, and this is certainly an event Dad would love to attend before his big day on Sunday. This is the 5th year for the show, and it is always a very big event, complete with food ...

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Fire Near Road 200 & Finegold Creek

Folks on their way through the construction zone between North Fork and O’Neals had a little more to deal with on Thursday and Friday than just the heavy equipment and delays. On June 7th at 1:40 pm, a fire that subsequently grew to 23 acres, was reported just up the hill from the road work area. The fire, dubbed the ...

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Can You Hear Me Now? Cell Tower for North Fork Approved!

In a unanimous vote, the Madera County Board of Supervisors has given the green light to the new Verizon cell phone tower in the Cascadel area above North Fork. The Board voted 4-0 to approve the re-zoning application and conditional use permit to allow the project to proceed. Supervisor Frank Bigelow (whose family owns Ponderosa Telephone Co.) absented himself from ...

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Honorary Mayor Candidate Pounding Iron for Charity

The campaign for Honorary Mayor of Oakhurst is in full swing, and candidate Steven Jacobs is out to raise money doing something he knows very well. Jacobs is an accomplished blacksmith and member of the California Blacksmith Association (CBA). His quest to win the title of Mayor and raise money for The Wild Wonderful King Vintage Museum will involve the ...

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North Fork Mill Trail

North Fork residents – I would like to invite you to consider this your chance to create something unique and beautiful in your community! Harry Stott and The North Fork Community Trail Coordinating Group are calling on everyone to become part of the team to design and build the Historical South Fork Mill Trail. Since I moved “down from the ...

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Bedolla Sports

Sports fans in the mountain area will be glad to know that they can now find NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, and Collegiate sports apparel, headwear, novelties, gifts, autographs, sports cards and much more at the new Bedolla Sports Store in the Historic Village in Coarsegold. Chris and Stephany Bedolla moved to the area from Indiana in October 2011, to be ...

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La Cabana Mexican Restaurant

North Fork has lost a lot in the past two decades. The lumber mill and all its jobs, many of its Main Street businesses, and a large chunk of the population. But it has gained one of the best kept secrets in the mountains – the little Mexican restaurant known as “La Cabana.” It may seem an unlikely place to ...

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Have A Story to Tell?

Have a story to tell? This is the place. We’ve created this website for you…. SierraNewsOnline.com was created to give everyone in the mountain area a voice. If you have a story idea, send us an email. If you belong to a community group, club or organization and would like to get the word out about what you’re up to, ...

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Your Home Page

We are excited to launch the new best source for everything happening in the mountain area…. This is the place to find out what’s going on in your town. We started with a vision to connect everyone in the Central Sierra/Yosemite area on an interactive website. We have created pages for each one of the communities in Eastern Madera County, ...

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