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Reaching Students And Teaching Students: YUSD Update

OAKHURST — With students back in school, we caught up to Mike Berg, Interim Superintendent of Yosemite Unified School District, who made a point of stopping into every classroom in his district to touch base. He says good things are happening at all of their schools, including Yosemite High School, Coarsegold Elementary, Rivergold Elementary, an Educational Options program, and Adult School: enrollment ...

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Journey To Inspiration Cabaret At Public Coffee House

NORTH FORK – Public Coffee House presents a “Journey to Inspiration Cabaret” with Isabella Clark on Thursday, Aug. 23, from 6 to 7 p.m. “As an aspiring artist, I, on a regular basis, find it difficult to be inspired to create or simply find the energy to even sing,” says Issy. “And I know I’m not the only one, especially ...

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Auditions for Squirrel Cage Theatre’s Fall Follies

NORTH FORK – It’s time for auditions for the Squirrel Cage Theatre Co.’s annual Fall Follies. This year’s show will includes various musical acts and the melodrama “Alaska or The Secret of Yonder Mountain,” written by Robert Fulton Kennedy. Auditions are being held at the North Fork Studio (the building next to the North Fork Library) on Sunday, Aug. 26, ...

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North Fork Scouts Have A Busy, Fun-Filled Summer

Written by Dave Smith – NORTH FORK – It has been another summer of fun, adventure, and honing their skills for the Scouts of North Fork Troop 357. The Scouts traveled to Morro Bay in late April where they set up camp at Morro Bay State Park, then spent Saturday afternoon at Montana de Oro State Park exploring the tide ...

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Rev. David Brown Retires From Grace Community Church

Submitted by Don Grove – NORTH FORK – Grace Community Church would like to invite all our friends to a celebration of the successful conclusion to the ministry of Reverend David Brown. Rev. Brown has been the pastor here for the past seven years and is retiring at age 71. He will be sorely missed. The church is inviting the ...

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Sierra Foothill Musicians Concert In Clovis

CLOVIS — If you missed their local concert earlier this summer, or if you loved it so much you want to hear more, now is your chance to spend some time listening to the beautiful sounds of Sierra Foothill Musicians. On Sunday, Aug. 26, the Sierra Foothill Musicians will perform chamber music at 3 p.m. at the Memorial United Methodist ...

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What Are All Those Little Buildings On Highway 41 In Oakhurst?

OAKHURST – We’ve received quite a few inquiries about the little buildings filling the lot on the west side of Highway 41 just south of 47th Place Carpet One in Oakhurst. The folks at the Tenaya Lodge in Fish Camp are happy to announce that the little “cabins” are waiting to be transported to their new home on a 30-acre ...

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Movies In The Park: The Incredibles (Cancelled)

UPDATE: Movies in the Park for Aug. 24 has been cancelled due to a last-minute vendor cancellation, according to organizers with the Oakhurst Community Park. OAKHURST — Movies in the Park wrap up a super season at the Oakhurst Community Park on Friday, Aug. 24 with The Incredibles. Bring a blanket and chairs and enjoy an evening “under the stars ...

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Mustangs Make Touchdowns For Tina, Mom With Rare Disease

O’NEALS — Tonight, in the opening game of the season, the Minarets Mustang football team is starting a Touchdowns For Tina campaign. The community is invited to make a donation every time the Mustangs score a touch down (or make a one-time donation) in honor of local mom Tina Sexton, who is currently in the fight of her life.  The Mustangs ...

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Local School Postpones Opening Due To Teacher Shortage

YOSEMITE — When schools around the area open their doors this week, one local favorite will not be among them. Set in Yosemite National Park, Yosemite-Wawona Elementary Charter School offers a multi-age classroom for transitional kindergarten through eighth grade students, with project-based curriculum designed to foster curiosity and life-long learning. The public charter school is tuition-free. Yosemite-Wawona students receive a unique education, ...

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