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Vision Academy Summer Arts Camp

OAKHURST — This year, Vision Academy of the Arts Summer Camps presents Better Than Ever! The Rally! as the first in their three-week series of creative and affordable summer programs for youth starting Monday, June 18. The trio of camps are designed to stand alone or as a group, taking place at Oakhurst Elementary School where participants break into different ...

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Strong Finish For Minarets Track And Field

By Joshua Arroz — O’NEALS — The Minarets Track Team raced to the finish line earlier this month at the Track and Field Event hosted at Fowler High School. This was the last event of the season for the Mustangs and the team included freshmen Cameron Johnson, Benjamyn Bradley, Noah McLaughlin, Ariana Lusk, Kaitlynn McDonald, Alice Cummings, sophomore Nick Roland, ...

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Yosemite High Boys Tennis Team Wins CIF

OAKHURST — Congratulations to Yosemite High School boys tennis team, who recently won the North Sequoia League for the fourth year in a row, while not losing a single match. Then, they went on to the CIF Central Section playoffs and came out victorious after a thrilling final against Lemoore that the Badgers won in an incredible comeback. Thanks for ...

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Ongoing Computer And English Classes

MOUNTAIN AREA — A number of opportunities are available locally for adults seeking to further their education, through Yosemite Adult School. English as a Second Language classes are offered on Tuesdays in Oakhurst and on Thursdays in Coarsegold, and a computer class is offered in Wednesdays in Oakhurst. On Tuesday nights they offer English as a Second Language classes in ...

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Free Workshop Tonight On Preparing Your Resume

OAKHURST – Yosemite Adult School and the Oakhurst Community College Center will be holding a Resume Class Workshop on Monday, May 21, from 6 to 8 p.m. The Job Developer from the Oakhurst Community College Center, Deisy Ruiz, will be conducting this valuable workshop in the Yosemite Adult School Computer Lab, located near the football field on the Yosemite High ...

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Madera County ArtsFest And Student Art Contest Winners

MADERA COUNTY — Hundreds of Valley residents showed up for the fifth annual Madera County ArtsFest on Saturday, May 12. Madera County Schools Foundation and Madera County Superintendent of Schools hosted the free family-friendly event promoting art in Madera County. ArtsFest was held from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the office of Madera County Superintendent of Schools. “ArtsFest is ...

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Third Annual Military Appreciation Baseball Game

O’NEALS — Coming together is a beginning, keeping together is a process, working together is a success. This sentiment is common in both baseball and in the military. Minarets Varsity Baseball player and junior Aaron Hall put on his annual Military Appreciation Baseball Game on Friday, Apr. 27 during the home game against Caruthers. Sophomore TJ Garner and junior Tylor ...

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2018 YHS Community Awards Total $131,650

OAKHURST — The house was packed on Monday, May 14, as the community gathered in the theater at Yosemite High School to bolster local youth. Now celebrating its 40th year, the YHS Scholarship Foundation made another tremendous show of grace and giving, with more than $131,000 in scholarship given out to 81 seniors graduating with the YHS Class of 2018. ...

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Keeping Minarets Hydrated: Bethany Morgan’s Successful SLE

O’NEALS — As a volleyball, soccer and softball player, Bethany Morgan has always known one of the most important rules of life is to stay hydrated! Hydration is a key point to a healthy lifestyle according to Beth. As a result, she decided to make the mission of her Senior Legacy Experience (SLE) project to replace the water fountains around ...

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Supporting The Fight Against Childhood Cancer

By Sydney Meyers & Natalie Zawolkow — O’NEALS — On Tuesday, May 1, Minarets High School senior Ellery Meade held her Senior Legacy Experience (SLE) on the lawn outside of the Minarets Gym. The event was from 1 – 5 p.m., dedicated to the St. Baldricks Foundation, an organization devoted to finding cures for childhood cancer and offering wigs to ...

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