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Minarets Baseball Continues Stellar Season

O’NEALS — Minarets baseball is continuing their stellar season with a 16-3 record as the first half of league play is coming to a close. Aaron Hall and Matt Painter’s pitching, along with run support from Redman (14 RBI), T. Painter (14 RBI), and Walden (14 RBI) have led our team to victory. Jaedan Pierce (.500), Aaron Hall (.417), Tylor ...

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ACT Dog Of The Week: Say Hello To Tammy

The Animal Compassion Team (ACT) foster and adoption Dog of the Week for SNO is Tammy. “Hi, I’m Tammy and my foster mama says I am one lucky girl. A kind soul bailed me out of Fresno SPCA after the date was being set for euthanasia. “I am a happy and healthy girl who is ready for a new start to ...

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Minarets FFA Honored At Sectional Awards

O’NEALS — Within the FFA there are many degrees and awards that not only high school members, but administrators can get as well. There are so many community members and Chawanakee District staff that help and dedicate their time to the Minarets FFA program. On Thursday Apr. 5, ten FFA members and five staff members, along with their parents and ...

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Here’s What’s Happening At Branches Books & Gifts

OAKHURST — Anne Driscoll at Branches Books & Gifts cultivates a bountiful selection goodies for bibliophiles and beyond, and continually sponsors free community events we can get excited about. Here’s what’s happening at Branches in the next six weeks or so. Questions? Give them a call (559) 641-2019. Monday, Apr. 23 – Freedom Readers The Freedom Readers Book Club meets at ...

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Earth Day Includes Tire, E-Waste And Mattress Recycling

NORTH FORK — Stop by the Old Mill Site in North Fork on Saturday, Apr. 21 for an Earth Day celebration that includes fun family activities as well as the opportunity to recycle a couple of big-ticket and unneeded items from around the home. Click on fliers to enlarge. Derby races, live music, great food and local vendors will make ...

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North Fork Scouts Plant Trees At Bass Lake

BASS LAKE – Local Boy Scouts continue their efforts to help return conifers to the forest along the shores of Bass Lake. On Apr. 15, members of North Fork Boy Scout Troop 357, a few Pack 357 Cub Scouts and some family members, spent a Sunday afternoon planting seedlings at Denver Church and Little Denver Church Day Use areas at ...

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Actors Needed To Play Evacuees At Red Cross Boot Camp

OAKHURST – The Red Cross needs volunteer players for acting roles during their Shelter Boot Camp Exercise on Saturday, Apr. 21. They are in search of thirty-five volunteers of all ages – singles, couples, families, young and old, with/without disabilities, etc. Volunteers will play the part of people who are having to evacuate to a shelter due to a wildland fire. You will ...

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Field Trips With Grace Community Church And Friends

Submitted by Don Grove –  NORTH FORK – Grace Community Church is offering field trips for the North Fork community. We are calling these trips “In Our Own Backyard,” as they are set for Oakhurst, Mariposa and Madera. Please note prices and due dates, as we need to book in advance and plan for drivers. You may sign up as an ...

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Chamber Mixer At Central Sierra Pest Control

NORTH FORK — The North Fork Chamber of Commerce and Central Sierra Pest Control invite the community to a Business Mixer on Wednesday, May 2, from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. With free appetizers, adult beverages, and loads of networking, the event takes place at Central Sierra Pest Control, located at 54566 Road 200 in North Fork. Central Sierra Pest Control ...

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Mad Hatters And More At Math Tournament

MADERA COUNTY — Mountain area students competed and succeeded in the Madera County Math Tournament on Friday, Apr. 13. Rivergold Elementary School placed third in the 7th grade competition, while Coarsegold Elementary School’s 8th grade team placed second in the competition. Also in the mix were students from Oak Creek Intermediate, Mountain Home School Charter, and Spring Valley Schools. Sixteen schools ...

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