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Mountain Area Merchants Mobilize

Submitted by Mountain Area Merchants Association OAKHURST — After one full year of meetings and development, Mountain Area Merchants Association (MAMA) met recently to formalize its organization. Nine local businesses paid annual dues as founding members, and reviewed and accepted the bylaws into record. The businesses are CLASS – The Body Pastiche, Moss Web Works, Back 2 Basics, Crab Cakes ...

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Eastern Madera County Job Fair In Oakhurst

OAKHURST – Whether you’re looking for employment or hiring for staff positions, make note of the upcoming job fair in Oakhurst to find the latest information and best new career opportunities all under one roof. The Madera County Workforce Assistance Center invites individuals seeking jobs and businesses seeking employees to participate in the upcoming Eastern Madera County Job Fair, set ...

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Oakhurst Chamber Awards And Installation Dinner

Submitted by Joelle Leder OAKHURST — The Oakhurst Area Chamber of Commerce invites the community to honor a handful of especially dedicated community members at the 2016 Installation Dinner and Award Ceremony at the Bass Lake Conference Center at the Pines Resort, on Friday, Jan. 15. Doors open for the reception at 6 p.m. The Chamber announced late last year ...

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Meet The New Owners: Western Sierra Nursery

OAKHURST – On Saturday, Jan. 9, Dianna and Jeff Conaway will open the gates, unlock the doors, turn on the lights and get started on their first official day of business as proprietors of Western Sierra Nursery, a plan that has been in the works since September, 2015. Escrow closed this week on the property, a private sale between parties, ...

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North Fork Mono Casino Project Moves Forward

MADERA COUNTY – It has been more than a year since a California ballot referendum delayed the groundbreaking on the North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians’ planned casino on Highway 99 just north of Madera. The project is once again moving forward after the State of California chose not to appeal a federal judge’s ruling that the State has failed ...

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Deli Delicious To Take Over Jamba Juice Space

OAKHURST — Another dining choice will soon be available in Oakhurst as Deli Delicious takes possession of the property at The Shops of Oak Hill, formerly occupied by Jamba Juice, says Coldwell Banker Premier Commercial agent Jesse Robichaud. “Renovation of the building has already started with an estimated opening date of March 1, 2016,” says Robichaud, whose company represents The ...

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North Fork Community Power Project Builds Steam

Submitted by Justine Reynolds NORTH FORK – A project that is expected to play an important role in dealing with the devastating tree mortality in the Sierra and provide much-needed jobs in the area has taken another big step forward. On Friday, Dec. 11, North Fork Community Power closed on New Markets Tax Credit financing with Fresno-based Central Valley New ...

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Oakhurst Chamber Announces 2015 Honorees

Submitted by Joelle Leder OAKHURST – The Oakhurst Area Chamber of Commerce is extremely proud to have the privilege of announcing Mr. Doug Dearing as the recipient of the 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award. The Lifetime Achievement Award is the highest possible honor the Chamber may bestow and is presented only to those who have shown extraordinary contributions to the community ...

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Coarsegold Chamber Hosts Gala Gourmet Dinner

COARSEGOLD — The Coarsegold Chamber of Commerce has announced that it’s annual dinner, scheduled for Friday, Jan. 8, will be a gala “Welcome to 2016” plated dinner, complete with entertainment, at the Blue Heron in Yosemite Lakes Park. Chamber President Dave Wolin’s is not mincing words when he says, “The days of boring rubber chicken dinners are over. We’re putting ...

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How Your Business Can Apply For Tax Credits

MADERA COUNTY — Seats are filling quickly for the free California Competes Workshop hosted by the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz). Small, medium and large businesses are encouraged to attend the workshop and receive instructions on how to apply for this tax credit program. The California Competes Program has approximately $200 million in tax credits available during ...

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