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New Kidz in Town

OAKHURST–A new child development center has sprung up on Indian Springs Drive. Kidz Can 2, situated at the same location as the former Indian Springs Children’s Center, is new to the mountain area but not to the child care field. The center is owned by Nancy Alejandrez and operated in conjunction with her daughter and office manager, Alyssa Ybarra. Nancy has ...

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John C. Fremont Hospital Turns 70, but Celebrations on Hold

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MARIPOSA — John C. Fremont Hospital turned 70 years old on September 30, but due to COVID-19, celebrations are on hold. John C. Fremont Hospital has been serving the Mariposa community (Mariposa County, parts of Madera County [Ahwahnee, Nippinawassee, & Oakhurst], Yosemite National Park, Fish Camp, Coulterville, Greeley Hill and Lake Don Pedro) with healthcare services since 1951. An article ...

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Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite Welcomes Brett Archer as General Manager

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FISH CAMP — Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite has named Brett Archer as general manager of the 352 room resort located at Yosemite National Park’s south gate and set on 75 forested acres featuring the main lodge, cottages and its two-bedroom Explorer Cabins, which opened in summer 2019. Archer joins Tenaya Lodge from Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park, where he ...

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Oakhurst Sierra Rotary Club Holds Annual Dinner

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OAKHURST — On June 25, 2021, The Oakhurst Sierra Rotary Club held its annual demotion dinner in which the organization recognizes the club’s outgoing president and board of directors for their work over the past year. The group traditionally welcomes the incoming president and installs the new board in preparation for the year to come. It is likely no surprise ...

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Yosemite Bank & Founders Bank Rebrand as Premier Valley Bank

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A Message from Premier Valley Bank For several years, our banking teams have operated under three brand names across Central California: Yosemite Bank, Founders Community Bank and Premier Valley Bank. Effective immediately, all banking centers will begin operating under the Premier Valley Bank name. This affects our banking centers in San Luis Obispo, Paso Robles, Oakhurst, Mariposa and Groveland. The ...

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Sierra Ambulance: The Biggest Bang for Your Buck in Eastern Madera County

THIS JUST IN:  Information received from Madera County regarding the proportion of our population indicates an even greater need to take advantage of Sierra Ambulance’s service. Per information provided by Robert Macaulay, Chief of Staff to Tom Wheeler, Madera County District 5 has the highest concentration of both elderly and disabled.  Nearly 20 per cent of our population is age ...

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Garrett Tompkins Joins Stars and Stripes Realty

Garrett Tompkins Joins Stars and Stripes Realty Serving all of Eastern Madera County Please join us in welcoming Garrett to Stars and Stripe Realty. Garrett’s local knowledge is a tremendous asset to our team! From his farming to his real estate career, Garrett Tompkins consistently applies the hard work he knows it takes to achieve one’s goals. He does the ...

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Oakhurst Area Chamber of Commerce Announces N95 Mask Distribution

OAKHURST – The Oakhurst  Area Chamber of Commerce has announced that it is a distribution center for N95 masks provided at no charge to comply with the state of California mandate that employers must provide these masks to unvaccinated workers if the unvaccinated employee requests. The new Cal/OES language states: Upon request, employers shall provide respirators for voluntary use in ...

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EMERGING FROM THE SHUTDOWN: A Stone’s Throw from Closing but Never Giving Up

Dani Schulz opened A Stone’s Throw Massage Therapy nine days before COVID caused the first business shutdown, and it forced her to get creative really fast. Determined to survive—and thrive—she focused on furthering her knowledge of massage therapy and other modalities she could employ when her business could reopen. Once California allowed massage services to take place outdoors, she started ...

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