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Yosemite National Park And The Ansel Adams Gallery Announce The 9th Annual Gateway Expressions Student Art Photography Contest

Image of field workers by Ansel Adams

Winning artwork will be featured in the Ansel Adams Gallery! Yosemite National Park and The Ansel Adams Gallery are pleased to announce the 9th Annual Gateway Expressions Student Art and photography Contest. This contest celebrates the artistic creativity of our local youth living in Yosemite’s gateway communities. The Gateway Expressions Student Art and Photography Contest is open to all students, ...

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Oakhurst Sierra Rotary Gives $10,725 to Boys & Girls Club

The Rotary Club of Oakhurst Sierra — also know as the Noon Rotary — presented a giant check Tuesday to the Oakhurst Boys & Girls Club. The $10,750 donation was “huge” in more ways than one, according to Doug Macaulay, board president of the Oakhurst Boys & Girls Club, which has been shuttered since late June due to funding issues. ...

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Welcome Back To School: California Bus Laws And A Message From Glen Billington, YUSD Superintendent

stop sign on school bus

Sierra News Online would like to welcome all new and returning students to the start of the 2019-2020 school year! Please be advised that all classes for the following school districts begin tomorrow, Thursday, August 15th: Chawanakee Unified School District Yosemite Unified School District. An important message about buses and flashing red lights:  As every Californian should know, when driving, ...

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Coarsegold Shopping Center Sold for $3.25M

COARSEGOLD — Ownership of one of Coarsegold’s single-largest commercial properties has changed hands. The 5.78-acre mini-mall and strip development on the east side of Highway 41, home to a number of the town’s most active businesses, was sold to a Bay Area real estate investment trust. The property’s current tenants include the Coarsegold Market, Napa Auto Parts, Robert’s Frosty, Kwik ...

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New Community United Methodist Church Celebrates 15-Years Of Community Meals With Over 39,000 Free Meals Served

Meal service at New Community United Methodist Church.

OAKHURST:  The New Community United Methodist Church’s free Wednesday Night Meal will celebrate its fifteenth year of serving free meals on September 11, 2019. There is a multi-denominational celebration planned for 5:30 p.m. in the church’s Whittenburg Hall, located at 49223 Road 426, in Oakhurst. The idea of serving a community meal was first derived from a visit to a ...

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Timberline Art Gallery’s Current Line-Up Of Artists

Timberline Gallery

Timberline Art Gallery is an artists’ cooperative (the only one in the area!) located just 15 miles south of Yosemite National Park. We are located within Gallery Row in Oakhurst, California. All member artists spend a day in the Gallery once a month to speak with visitors and answer any questions about the wide range of art in the gallery. ...

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Ponderosa Seeks Local Art For 2020 Directory

Ponderosa trees covered in snow

Tell Us Your Story! Calling all photographers and artists! This is your chance to showcase your work to thousands of people. Ponderosa is on the hunt for the perfect image to grace their 2020 directory cover. The family-owned company, which has been in business for more than 100 years, is seeking images that reflect current rural life in the Sierra ...

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Oakhurst Physical Therapy Has A Doctor In The House

Image of Dr. Tony McCreary

Article written by Dr. Tony McLean. Dr. Tony McLean, PT, DPT, is a lifelong learner. Since earning his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree, he has vigorously pursued mentoring the next generation of physical therapists. Graduate PT students enjoy learning from his clinical practice as well as his ability to draw on his vast professional experiences. One time, during his nine ...

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‘Bull Market’ in Oakhurst Promotes 2019 Coarsegold Stampede

OAKHURST — Wall Street had nothing on Oakhurst Saturday morning when the Von’s shopping center was transformed into a bull market — with a 1,500-pound rodeo bull named Wizard pacing the parking lot across from the grocery store. The eight-year-old animal, considered “rodeo royalty” according to his handlers, was at the shopping center to promote the upcoming Coarsegold Stampede Pro ...

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Update: Boys & Girls Club Now Hoping to Reopen in September

OAKHURST — Officials at the Oakhurst Boys and Girls Club issued an update today on the organization’s ongoing efforts to reopen. Doug Macaulay, president of the nonprofit’s board of directors, said it will be at least another month until the club, which has been shuttered since late June, can resume operations. “The Oakhurst Boys and Girls Club Board and Staff ...

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