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Camarena Health Offering Scholarship For Students Interested in Health Care

OAKHURST – Camarena Health is once again offering the Camarena Health Scholarship.  The scholarship is available for high school seniors as well as students in college studying for a position in the Health Care field. Since 1995, Camarena Health has awarded Scholarships to Madera County students with a career focus in the medical field. The funds are raised with the ...

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Minarets FFA Ends a Successful Semester

Submitted by Emma Bloodworth, student journalist for Minarets Press This semester has been full of many achievements for Minarets FFA including numerous successes in competitions, as well as a great turnout in FFA meetings and banquets. At our virtual Fall Banquet on Nov. 12 and 13, the department recognized last year’s top freshman, top sophomore, top juniors and top seniors ...

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Fresno State Alumna Decorates White House for the Holidays

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FRESNO — As Kimberly Rocca approached 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. in Washington, D.C., her eyes lit up with excitement, as she saw a long-time dream of hers come to fruition. Rocca, a local event planner, was at the White House and she was about to help decorate the historic home for the holidays. Rocca applied for the opportunity to decorate the ...

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Yosemite High Students Exhibit in Fall Virtual Art Show

OAKHURST – The Yosemite High School (YHS) arts department would like to invite the public to view their fall virtual art show. These works are a compilation of some of the “greatest hits” from the Fall 2020 semester. Click here for a visual journey. YHS arts has been conducting zoom critiques of student work through this distance learning project and ...

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Fresno State Loans Low-Temp Freezer to Community Medical Centers for COVID-19 Vaccines

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FRESNO — A collaboration between Fresno State and Community Medical Centers will provide a much-needed, low-temperature freezer to the hospital system that is capable of holding up to 95,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine front-line medical providers and others. Freezers that can cool down to at least minus-70 degrees Celsius are in high demand and short supply right now, since ...

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PG&E Offering More Than 120 College Scholarships Totaling Nearly $300,000

SAN FRANCISCO—Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) announced today that scholarship applications are now being accepted for college-bound high schoolers as well as current college and continuing education students with a primary residence that’s a PG&E customer in Northern and Central California. More than 120 awards totaling nearly $300,000 are being made available through PG&E’s employee resource group (ERG) and ...

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Yosemite High Soccer Star to Attend University of Nevada Reno

OAKHURST – It all started in October of 2007. The smallest 4 year old being inspected by a referee. Emily Rich was playing on her older sister’s team because they were short a player. This game would be the beginning of dreams and aspirations to play soccer as a career. Emily would soon make a name for herself playing in ...

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Fresno State Honored as a Champion of Higher Education

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FRESNO — Fresno State was named a 2020 Champion of Higher Education for its commitment to ensuring a strong transfer pathway for students from community colleges to California State University campuses. The award is given by the Campaign for College Opportunity, a California nonprofit focused on making sure Californians have an equal opportunity to attend and succeed in college. This ...

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