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Pop's Family Restaurant Opens In Old Crab Cakes Location

OAKHURST – All-American food, home made soups and a friendly family atmosphere will be the order of the day at Pop’s Family Restaurant, which is moving from Bootjack to the old Crab Cakes location in Oakhurst. Owners Pete and Ena Zohos have operated Pop’s Sportsman Cafe in the Woodland area near Bootjack on Highway 49, for the past five years, ...

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I Love My T.D. Willey Box!

I always look forward to Thursday afternoons when I pick up my T.D. Willey Box which is dropped off at Nature’s Nutrients in Oakhurst. It is filled with wonderfully fresh locally grown organic vegetables and fruit, most picked 24 hours from delivery of my box. I always have a pretty big garden in the summer but haven’t grown much in ...

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Hot Photos Are Good For The Heart

Oakhurst Boutique Offers Boudoir Photography To Benefit American Heart Association OAKHURST – Love is in the air, so pull out your red lace, baby, it’s time for zesty Valentine’s Day photos courtesy of Vintage Chic Boutique and photographer Lori Cole. Racy, lacy digital pictures will be taken for a modest fee, and the best part is some proceeds go to ...

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Dorsey's Hallmark Honored For Great Customer Service

OAKHURST – The staff of Dorsey’s Hallmark in Oakhurst has been awarded the Excellent in Customer Service award by the Yosemite Sierra Visitors Bureau (YSVB). Owner Dave Dorsey, along with Christine Ferbrache and Kim Vanlandingham accepted a plaque honoring their distinction, presented by board president Max Stauffer, during YSVB’s board meeting in January.

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'Ol Kettle Owners Retire – Denny's Moves In

OAKHURST – After nearly 30 years of serving the mountain community, Bob and Ruth Hillyard are about to hang up their aprons, and move on to the next chapter of their lives. January 30th will be their last day of business at the ‘Ol Kettle, and the sale to the Denny’s restaurant chain will be final some time in early ...

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Who Has The Best Pizza In Oakhurst?

Vote Early And Often With Kiwanis This Sunday! OAKHURST – It’s a question that’s oft debated, on soccer fields and in living rooms, after school and before dinner, and sometimes late at night: who sells the best pizza in town? Local Kiwanis have taken that query to heart and invite the public to the first of what will be an ...

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Want Better Health? Try Returning To Basics

OAKHURST – It seems like you can’t turn on the news these days without a barrage of information about this year’s incarnation of the influenza virus, or its tailor-made nemesis, the flu vaccine. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in Atlanta, Georgia recommends that all people get flu shots, especially those who are more vulnerable to its effects: the very ...

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Met Cinema Prepares For Feb. 1 Opening

OAKHURST – Work is underway at the Met Cinemas getting everything into ship-shape condition for their much-anticipated reopening on Feb 1. Met Heroes are out in force scrubbing and cleaning, patching and painting, and checking everything from carpets to projectors.

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Chukchansi Sues Governor, U.S. Gov’t Over Mono Casino

MADERA COUNTY – The filing of two lawsuits by the Picayune Rancheria of Chukchansi Indians may cost a lot more than lawyer’s fees and court costs. It may mean the loss of upwards of $20 million in payments if and when the North Fork Mono Tribe builds their casino. When the governor signed the compact between the State of California ...

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