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Have You Registered To Receive Emergency Notifications?

CENTRAL SIERRA – In light of the major wildland fires the county experienced last summer, expectations for another long hot summer, and the serious drought conditions we have been facing, Sheriff Varney says it is imperative for all people who live or work in Madera County – especially those in the foothills – to register or update their information for ...

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What Are Nightshades And How Can They Hurt?

Written by Virginia Eaton — Last week I talked about food allergies, food sensitivities, and the difference between the two. The most common suspects for both allergic reactions and sensitivity that can cause chronic inflammation are corn, dairy, eggs, and soy. However, there is another category of food that is being scrutinized more closely of late – nightshades. When you ...

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Bass Lake 4th Of July Festivities, Boat Parade And Fireworks

BASS LAKE – Independence Day at Bass Lake promises to be one to remember as activities take place all day and well into the evening, sponsored by lakeside resorts, businesses, and restaurants and the Bass Lake Chamber of Commerce. At 1:30 p.m. The Pines Village fun gets started in the park across from the bakery, where family-friendly contests and crafts ...

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Veteran’s Car Show Kicks Off Big Weekend

COARSEGOLD — Spend some time this weekend at the historic village for the Veteran’s Car Show, presented by and benefitting American Legion Post 110, Caring Veterans of America, Inc., and Amvets Post 99. The show is on Saturday, July 2, all day, and features exhibits by a number of military branches, including Army, Navy and Air Force, as well as ...

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Correction To Campground Closures At Bass Lake

CLOVIS – The Sierra National Forest has released a correction on the status of campgrounds in the area, including those at Bass Lake. Little Denver Church and Denver Church picnic area on the Bass Lake Ranger District will remain closed due to hazardous tree removal projects that are still being completed to make the campground safer for the public. Gigantea ...

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Free Signs Available In Oakhurst, “No Open Fires”

OAKHURST — Local civic leaders have a message for residents and visitors alike, and it’s about staying fire-safe this summer. Rotary Clubs of Oakhurst in partnership with Eastern Madera County Chamber Alliance are supporting Sierra National Forest fire restrictions currently in effect by distributing ‘No Open Fires’ signs. The signs are available now at the Oakhurst Area Chamber of Commerce ...

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Cedar Valley Volunteer Fire Dept. Pancake Breakfast

OAKHURST — One of the favorite events of the July 4th weekend is the Cedar Valley Volunteer Fire Department Pancake Breakfast, held beside the lake at the Cedar Valley Fire Station this Saturday from 7 to 10 a.m. Not only does one get to enjoy a fantastic pancake breakfast with ham and sausage, eggs, juice and coffee, you are supporting ...

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Rock The Dock With I Want My 80s At The Pines

BASS LAKE — You like 80s music? Catch up with the ultimate 80s cover band on Friday, July 1 at the Pines Resort at Bass Lake, as I Want My 80s rocks the dock. The show runs from 7 – 10 p.m., and they’ll play favorites from bands like the GoGos, Billy Idol, The Cars, Guns ‘n Roses, Journey and ...

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Yosemite Gateway Restaurant: Delightful Menu And Whiskey Bar

OAKHURST — What do you get when you mix a fresh and delicious menu of new delights and time-tested classics, with a family-friendly, affordable atmosphere? Add in a top-notch salad bar, and a first-class whiskey bar and put it all right in the heart of town. That’s Yosemite Gateway Inn. “Our goal was to come up with taste bud tantalizing ...

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Fire Restrictions In Place On Sierra National Forest

SIERRA NATIONAL FOREST – Those headed to the mountains for the holiday weekend should be aware that fire restrictions are now in place for the Sierra National Forest. Higher temperatures, drier fuel conditions, a large number of dead and dying trees, and an increase in fire activity within Region 5 has led to this decision. Fire Restrictions Prohibit: • Open ...

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