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DUI Crash Made Real At Minarets

O’NEALS – Two cars sit smashed and broken in the aftermath of what has been reported as a head-on collision at Minarets High School. In one car, the dazed teenage driver is moaning in pain; his 17-year-old passenger is lying across the hood, bloodied and broken, and another is severely injured, trapped in the back seat. In the other vehicle, ...

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E-Waste Recycle At Minarets

O’NEALS – With spring cleaning on the minds of many this month, take note that you can safely dispose of just about anything that has a cord or battery at Minarets E-Waste Collection Day, this Friday, Apr. 10 from 9 a.m. – noon in the school parking lot. Minarets E-Waste Collection Day is the Senior Legacy Experience project of Mitchell ...

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E-Waste Recycle At Minarets

O’NEALS – If you have old electronics hanging around the house or garage just taking up space, you may want to know that Minarets High School is holding their first E-waste Drop-off Day, this Friday, Feb. 13.

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Community Unity At Oakhurst College Campus

OAKHURST – The Oakhurst College Center will hold its annual Community Unity event on campus Thursday, April 30, 2015 from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. This event brings mountain area vendors, service groups, and colleges together to celebrate the foothills community. There will be free food, music, workshops, games, and prize drawings. Every half-hour starting at 12:00 p.m., Lowell Young, ...

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Spring Valley 4-H News

Submitted by Rhett Samper O’NEALS – Spring Valley 4-H Club proudly introduces Matthew Shellar as our January member of the month. Matthew is 11 years old and in 6th grade at Spring Valley Elementary School. This is Matthew’s 3rd year in 4-H. In 2015 he plans on doing rocketry, community service and rabbit projects. He joined 4-H to get experience ...

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Wreaths Across America Senior Legacy Project

O’NEALS – Holidays roll around again and for many the season doesn’t bring up cheerful feelings about sleigh bells and glistening snow. Instead, we can be reminded of family and friends serving in the military who are far away. We may remember those who won’t come home at all, for the worst possible reason. Here’s one possible way to bridge ...

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Minarets Youth Football Championship Tonight

O’NEALS – Don’t miss tonight’s exciting football action as the Minarets Youth Football Team takes on Caruthers at 7:30 p.m. in the Central Valley Youth Football League Championship game. The Minarets Youth Football seniors are undefeated on the season, and tonight they will be defending their perfect record in a bid to win the championship.

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Senior Legacy Is Horse Therapy

O’NEALS – Scores of high school students around the foothills are currently working on their senior projects, known at Minarets as a Senior Legacy Experience (SLE). For their SLE, students on the verge of graduation are tasked to work in an area of personal or professional interest to “develop an educational experience that will impact their campus or community,” according ...

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Back To School Foothill Family Photo Album

We asked readers to send in their photographs depicting local children on their way to the first day of school, which started on Monday, Aug. 18, for many students. Another thing that started that same day was the Junction Fire, now said to have burned hundreds of acres around the Oakhurst area. While emergency responders toil away fighting the flames ...

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Niehoff Moves On With Daniel Ching In Charge

O’NEALS – As the time nears for school to resume, personnel changes are being reported throughout the districts, including some notable new additions and a key departure within Minarets High School. Michael Niehoff has been the principal at Minarets since the school’s inception six years ago. “I have been a secondary educator since 1990, have always worked in project-based, tech-integrated ...

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