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Teaching-Related Jobs For Local College Students

MOUNTAIN AREA — California Teaching Fellows Foundation (CTFF) has immediate openings and is now hiring college students to work in K-12 youth programs. The job positions available are part time and offer competitive wages. Becoming a Teaching Fellow is a one of a kind experience that allows college students to share their passions and inspire youth in before and after ...

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Dinner On Ducey’s Deck For Children’s Hospital

BASS LAKE — What better way to spend a Sunday evening in September than enjoying a meal with friends while helping to raise money for an essential cause? Here’s an opportunity for just such a pleasure, as the local guild of Valley Children’s Hospital invites people to attend a fundraising dinner at Ducey’s on the Lake. The special event takes place ...

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Tom Wheeler Hosts Town Hall Meeting In Bass Lake

BASS LAKE – Madera County District 5 Supervisor Tom Wheeler will hold the next in his series of Town Hall meetings on Thursday, Aug. 30, from 6 to 8 p.m. at The Pines Resort at Bass Lake. Tom Wheeler’s Chief of Staff Brittany Dyer, along with a representative from Blue Ridge Services, will discuss tree mortality, followed by a presentation ...

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District Partners With Sheriff For School Resource Deputy

OAKHURST — Yosemite Unified School District (YUSD) announced they are partnering with the Madera County Sheriff’s Office on a grant opportunity that will bring more support to local students. Thanks to funding made available through the Proposition 56 Tobacco Law Enforcement Grant, the Madera County Sheriff’s Office is providing YUSD with a full-time School Resource Deputy (SRD) for the 2018-2019 ...

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Reaching Students And Teaching Students: YUSD Update

OAKHURST — With students back in school, we caught up to Mike Berg, Interim Superintendent of Yosemite Unified School District, who made a point of stopping into every classroom in his district to touch base. He says good things are happening at all of their schools, including Yosemite High School, Coarsegold Elementary, Rivergold Elementary, an Educational Options program, and Adult School: enrollment ...

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Madera County Sheriff’s Log Through August 19

MADERA COUNTY – Following are details from the Madera County Sheriff’s Office of reports taken locally from Monday, Aug. 13, to Sunday, Aug. 19, 2018. Oakhurst possession of controlled substance On Monday, Aug. 13 at 2:17 a.m. a vehicle stop on Highway 41 resulted in the arrest and cited release of a local woman for possession of a controlled substance ...

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Auditions for Squirrel Cage Theatre’s Fall Follies

NORTH FORK – It’s time for auditions for the Squirrel Cage Theatre Co.’s annual Fall Follies. This year’s show will includes various musical acts and the melodrama “Alaska or The Secret of Yonder Mountain,” written by Robert Fulton Kennedy. Auditions are being held at the North Fork Studio (the building next to the North Fork Library) on Sunday, Aug. 26, ...

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Cal Fire Releases Cause Of The Fork Fire In North Fork

NORTH FORK – The cause of the Fork Fire, which burned seven acres along Road 274 near North Fork on Monday, has been released. According to Cal Fire, a truck was pulling a dual-axle trailer when one of the tires on the trailer went flat causing sparks from the rim to ignite two fires just north of the Transfer Station. ...

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Oakhurst CHP Offers Free Driving Classes For Teens

OAKHURST – As many are aware, there has been a heartbreaking uptick in the number of fatal accidents on our roadways of late. The Oakhurst CHP continues to keep pushing forward to correct unsafe driving. Not only have they been increasing their enforcement activity, but they want to encourage teens who are about to take their driving test to take ...

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Free Driving Class For Seniors At Oakhurst CHP Office

OAKHURST — Driving is a complex skill that may diminish as a person ages, say experts, and the ability to drive safely is affected by changes in one’s physical and mental conditions. Many of these changes take place as we get older, though in different ways and at different times. To address these changes and the challenges they pose, the California ...

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