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Art, Dinner & Music in the Meadow

The 9th Annual Art, Dinner and Music in the Meadow will be held at the Coarsegold Historic Museum on Saturday, June 2nd, from 3 to 8pm. The Valley Oak Band will be entertaining with bluegrass and country music, featuring Coarsegold Slim on the harmonica, and Jack Kinney on the fiddle. Also on the program, the astounding “Prestidigitations” of Phineas T. ...

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Young Masters Art Show

The patio at Plaza 41 in Oakhurst was decked out in an array of color this past weekend, as the talented local artist displayed their works in the 8th Annual Young Masters Fine Art Show.

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Paul Barnes

Over 150 people gathered at the North Fork Town Hall on Friday, May 4th, to celebrate the life of a much-beloved member of the community, Paul Barnes. Paul passed quietly from this earth on March 19, 2012, surrounded by loved ones and under the care of Optimal Hospice. Paul is survived by his wife of 71 years, Ila M. Barnes, ...

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Amgen Tour of California Returns to Eastern Madera County

The largest cycling event in America, the 2012 Amgen Tour of California, is returning to Eastern Madera County on May 16th. You may not be able to travel to see the Tour de France, but this exciting bike race may very well pass by your front door. The world’s top professional cycling teams will be competing along a demanding course ...

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The Dirt Flies In North Fork

At long last, after many years of fits and starts and an entire community pitching in to make things happen, the residents of North Fork have broken ground on a new Fire Station. A crowd of over 200 gathered at the mill site on Thursday, March 29th, to celebrate all the people who have worked so hard to bring the ...

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Slims Koffee Shak

Every time I want to get together for a quick business meeting in North Fork, the response is invariably, “Let’s meet at Slim’s.” Slim’s Koffee Shak sits smack in the middle of the little village of North Fork, and has become the gathering place for locals, and a welcome stop for visitors passing through on the Sierra Vista Scenic Byway. ...

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Pitch In and Pick Up

“Keep Our Mountains Beautiful” (KOMB) has been dedicated to keeping our roadways litter-free for the past 6 years, and on Saturday, May 12th, they will be calling on volunteers to spend a couple of hours pitching in. What started as a road-side cleanup day in North Fork in 2005 has grown to include Oakhurst, O’Neals, Coarsegold and Ahwahnee in a ...

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History Of North Fork

Sheltered by the vast Sierra Nevada mountain range and at the exact center of California, North Fork is a little town with a big heart. This amiable mountain village is home to artisans, writers, innovators and business folks, the hearty descendants of Mono Indians and logging and ranching families.

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