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Creek Fire Update and Evacuation Centers

Wednesday Sept. 9, 2020 – 10 am – The Red Cross temporary evacuation point at the Oakhurst Community Center has been closed.  If you are in need of an evacuation center please go to the Mariposa County Fairgrounds, 5007 Fairgrounds Rd. Mariposa, CA. 95338 or Clovis North High School, 2770 E. International Ave. Fresno, CA. 93730. The Creek Fire continues ...

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Important Information Regarding Upcoming November Election

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MADERA — A General Election will be held Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020. The following offices are scheduled to appear on that ballot: FEDERAL AND STATE OFFICES President and Vice President of the United States U.S. Representative in Congress, Districts 4 & 16 Member of the Assembly, District 5 SCHOOL OFFICES Madera County Board of Education, Areas 1, 2 (ST), 4, ...

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Madera County Libraries Support Students Through Online Learning

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MADERA — As families and schools prepare for online learning, all Madera County Library locations continue offering curbside services for the community. Patrons can place holds on books, DVDs, and other materials via the library’s mobile app, online catalog, or by phone. Staff will prepare items and contact patrons with instructions and scheduled times for contactless curbside checkout. ‘Grab bags’ ...

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History Mystery #89: The Case of the Mystery Mining Machines

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By Karen Morris, CHS President COARSEGOLD — The Coarsegold Historical Society has three pieces of mining machinery on display at the Coarsegold Historic Museum. They were donated quite a few years ago and we need help with the names and how they were used. We think the middle one was possibly some kind of rock crusher. If you can help ...

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Supervisor Wheeler to hold 2nd Virtual Town Hall

Madera County Mountain Communities – Supervisor Tom Wheeler will be hosting a second virtual Town Hall Thursday, July 30th from 6-8pm. County staff and community partners will join Supervisor Wheeler to help keep the community informed about what is happening in Madera County. Madera County Deputy CAO, Joel Bugay will update the community on the County’s COVID-19 Relief Fund (CRF) ...

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Coarsegold Coach, Mediator’s First Book Focuses on ‘Effective Communication’

COARSEGOLD — Communications coach and mediator John Nielsen has authored his first book — “Effective Communication Skills: The Foundations for Change.” The Coarsegold resident’s debut as an author offers a comprehensive guide to “strategically and purposefully” communicating with others, teaching reaches readers how to “connect and disconnect” so that they can collaborate more efficiently.In “Effective Communication Skills,” which retails for ...

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Chukchansi Gets AAA’s Prestigious ‘Four Diamond’ Award

COARSEGOLD — Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino has received AAA’s “Four Diamond” designation, one of the highest levels of standards for cleanliness, comfort and hospitality a resort property can attain. The award was announced in a joint press release issued Wednesday by the resort and AAA. This is the first time Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino has attained AAA’s prestigious Four ...

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Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino Reopens; Masks Required

COARSEGOLD — Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino reopened Monday morning (June 1) at 9 a.m., with its casino floor modified to allow for social distancing and all guests required to don masks while inside the property.Other changes included modifying entrances, limited seating at gaming tables and fewer available slot machines on the casino floor.Guests temperatures are being checked at the ...

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Chukchansi Gold Resort, Casino Reopening June 1

COARSEGOLD — The Chukchansi Economic Development Authority (CEDA) and the management team at Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino announced Friday the property will implement its first phase of reopening on June 1.CEDA temporarily closed the property on March 20 due to public and tribal health precautions surrounding COVID-19. Since then, according to tribal officials, CEDA has continued to monitor the ...

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