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Celebration of Life for Jamie Leann Mascola

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Jamie Leann Mascola May 30, 1974 – March 15, 2022 Jamie Mascola passed away peacefully in her home on March15, 2022, in Coarsegold, California, surrounded by her loved ones. Jamie is survived by her husband Peter Mascola with whom she shared 14 incredible years. Jamie was blessed with three sons, Lance, Hunter and Chase; daughter-in-law Rylie; grandson Greydon; and mother ...

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Prescribed Burn Coming to Highway 41

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COARSEGOLD — The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE), in cooperation with California Highway Patrol, CAL TRANS, Pacific Southwest Research Station/Fresno State University, private landowners, and San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District, aim to reduce large conflagrative fires and high suppression costs, to the citizens of California, by conducting a prescribed burn along the Highway 41 ...

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Supervisor Wheeler To Hold Public Safety Town Hall Tonight

MOUNTAIN COMMUNITIES – Join District 5 Supervisor Tom Wheeler tonight, May 5th, 2022 for a Town Hall Meeting to discuss Public Safety in Madera County. The Town Hall Meeting will take place from 6pm to 8 pm via Zoom. Information to join is below. All are encouraged to join the Town Hall to receive important information and to engage in ...

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National Day of Prayer

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MOUNTAIN COMMUNITIES — On Thursday, May 5th, 2022, there will be National Day of Prayer events throughout Madera County. Outdoors at Coarsegold Historic Village 35300 Hwy 41, Coarsegold (under a tent) By Veterans Memorial on Hwy 41 Instrumental music at 11:30 a.m. Main program 12 to 1 p.m. Prayers and messages for our nation on topics of Church – Family ...

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Celebration of Life for Martha Ann Richter Day

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Marth Ann Richter Day September 25, 1939 – April 25, 2022 Martha Day passed away peacefully on April 25, 2022, in Twin Falls, Idaho.  She was 82 years old. She was born Martha Ann Richter in Fort Wayne, Indiana on September 25, 1939, to parents Otto and Johanna Richter. From an early age Martha was blessed with the gift of ...

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Oakhurst Chamber Presents Candidates’ Forum on Monday

Oakhurst Area Chamber of Commerce offers the community an opportunity to meet candidates for district 5 supervisor, assessor, sheriff/coroner and superior court judge on Monday, May 2. The event takes place at the Oakhurst Community Center, 39800 Road 425b, Oakhurst. Doors open at 5:30 pm, and presentations begin at 6:00 pm. Rotary International District Governor Tim Madden will be the ...

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Volunteers Install Free Smoke Alarms for Local Families

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COARSEGOLD — On Saturday, volunteers and members of the American Red Cross Central Valley Chapter, Madera County Fire Department and United Way of Fresno and Madera Counties installed nearly 100 free smoke alarms for families in Coarsegold as part of a national Red Cross Sound the Alarm effort to install 50,000 smoke alarms across the country this spring. “Without everyone ...

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The Week’s Events April 26 thru May 2

OAKHURST—Spring’s definitely here with the Annual Coarsegold Rodeo this week and Bass Lake’s 41st Annual Fishing Derby, with over $55,000 in tagged fish.  Make your plans now to participate in these events as well as the other happenings around the area. Check out the first Jazz Train of the season at the Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad on Sunday. What ...

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Chukchansi Economic Development Authority Repays Bank Loan

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COARSEGOLD — The Chukchansi Economic Development Authority (CEDA), operator of the Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino, today announced the repayment of the remaining balance of $26.2 million to Western Alliance Bank, which will fully retire its obligations under its bank loan. Chukchansi Gold’s strong business performance and CEDA’s conservative financial decision-making have resulted in a 100% decrease in debt outstanding ...

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The Week’s Events Through April 24

OAKHURST—Easter is over, Passover is past and spring is working hard to emerge.  We still can’t put away the winter clothing since winter keeps reappearing once a week or so. Let’s enjoy whatever weather we get while partaking of the marvelous events occurring during this week–and beyond. If you’re wondering about the status of visits to Yosemite National Park, check with ...

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