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Mandatory Meeting For YHS Summer School

OAKHURST – Yosemite High School (YHS) Assistant Principal Diane Adney sent out news regarding the school’s summer schedule. “We will be offering English in grades 9 through 11, World History, U.S. History, Algebra 1 or Applied Algebra,” Mrs. Adney said. “Summer school this year will be an independent study format, where teachers and students set up appointment times for the ...

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Fasi Estate Winery Gives Back

The great people at the Fäsi Estate Winery wanted to find a worthy organization that they could give back to and they didn’t have far to look. Since the Fäsi Estate Winery is located in the foothills of the Sierra National Forest and neighbors to the Yosemite National Park, the Yosemite Conservancy was just the organization they were looking for. ...

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Celebrity Bartending Benefits Little Church

OAKHURST – Organizers of the Costa for Honorary Mayor Campaign invite the community to come out tonight for drinks and fun at Crab Cakes Restaurant. A share of the evening’s proceeds from Roman’s Bar will go toward restoration efforts for the Little Church on the Hill at Oak Hill Cemetery.

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Caldwell Receives Rotary Honor

OAKHURST – Yosemite High School graduating senior Jacob Caldwell was presented with the Student of the Month Award by Oakhurst Sierra Sunrise Rotary, Caldwell received the award on Tuesday, June 3 in Oakhurst. Pictured here, from left to right, are Sunrise Rotary President Susan Macaulay, Jacob Caldwell, and his theater arts teacher Lars Thorson, who is chair of the Fine ...

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Ashley Ritchie Reads At Branches Books

OAKHURST – Fresno news anchor on KMPH Channel 26, Ashley Ritchie, will be at Branches Books & Gifts on Monday, June 16, at 10:30 a.m. to read to their young friends. Her book, Mr. Pickles Paints the Town, is the story of Peter Pickles who went to bed one night and woke up to find things had changed. The sky ...

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Vans Custom Culture At YHS

Submitted by Quinceia McBean OAKHURST – Artists employ many forms of canvas, and in the case of some students, their canvas is pair of popular kicks. Yosemite High School was selected to compete in a nationwide shoe design contest sponsored by Van sneakers.

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YHS Water Goes Pure

Submitted by Evan Morton and Narayan Black OAKHURST – Got water? Students at Yosemite High School are starting a legacy of pure H20, and their classmates may have noticed a new addition to Ansel Adams Hall recently, in the form of a brand new Brita Water Hydration Station. Students and teachers will now be able to refill their water bottles ...

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Smokey Bear Coloring Contest

OAKHURST – Kids, it’s time to get out your crayons, markers, colored pencils or paints: the 2014 Smokey Bear Coloring Contest is here, and entries have a chance to win some really great prizes! The deadline for submissions is June 20.

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Urgent Care Closes For Five Days, Reopens As Adventist Health

OAKHURST – On Monday, June 2, Adventist Health / Central Valley Network is opening a clinic in Oakhurst after taking over Urgent Care and the Rural Health Clinic. To prepare for the transition, the clinic will close for five days beginning May 28 and reopen on June 2 under the new ownership. The clinic will then be open seven days ...

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YLP Farmers Market Returns May 27

YOSEMITE LAKES PARK – Ladies of the Lakes Women’s Club and the Yosemite Lakes Homeowners Association are happy to announce that the YLP Certified Farmers Market will return to the YLP Clubhouse grounds on Tuesdays from 4 to 7 p.m. throughout the summer. This is the second year for the Farmers Market, and organizers are delighted to have one so ...

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