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Camille Fisher and Kaitlyn Fisher

Submitted by the artists Camille Fisher and Kaitlyn FisherSierra Art Trails 2013 Catalog # 64 and # 65 Camille Fisher (artist #64) is a creative, bright and lovely 9-year-old student at Oakhurst Elementary School (OES). She incorporates color playfully into her work, which is greatly inspired by her love of the natural sciences and by many generations of artists in ...

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Car Crashes Into House In YLP

YOSEMITE LAKES PARK – A YLP resident had a rude awakening in the early morning hours of Thursday, Sept. 26, when a car crashed into the side of his house. Shortly before 2 a.m., Austin Tucker, 20, of Coarsegold, was southbound on Revis Drive at what witnesses say was a high rate of speed.

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Rim Fire Destroys Home, But Not Memories

TUOLUMNE COUNTY – The numbers listed of structures lost on the Rim Fire are just data to some. But for Donn Harter of Fish Camp, one of those structures consumed by the fire was his boyhood home along the south fork of the Tuolumne River. “When I saw this photo go up on the news, I said ‘that’s my little ...

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DUI Driver Sentenced For McBride Crash

MADERA COUNTY – The Madera Superior Court has handed down a prison sentence to Cathy Robertson, who was convicted in July of felony Driving Under the Influence causing great bodily injury, and felony Hit and Run in a crash involving Oakhurst physician John McBride.

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Arson Hearing Rescheduled Yet Again

MADERA COUNTY – As if to prove the old adage that the wheels of justice grind slowly, the preliminary hearing for a Coarsegold couple accused of arson, scheduled for today in Madera County Superior Court, was continued once again.

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Roll-Over Crash On Road 200

NORTH FORK – The first rain in months and a little too much speed was a bad combination on Road 200 this afternoon. Brandon Kluth, 20, of North Fork, was westbound on Road 200 just after 2:30 p.m., crossing the narrow bridge at Fine Gold Creek. The corner is marked at a suggested 25 mph, but according to CHP, he ...

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Two Men Arrested For Vandalism At Mariposa School

MARIPOSA COUNTY – During the early morning hours of Saturday, Sept. 21, Mariposa County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a disturbance at the Mariposa County Elementary School, located on Sixth Street in the town of Mariposa. At about 3:15 a.m., the Sheriff’s Office received a report that someone heard the sound of glass breaking, along with other noises near a school-owned ...

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Fire In Oakhurst Puts Up Lots Of Smoke

OAKHURST – A fire near Pro-Flame Propane on Oak Park Way sent smoke and flames into the skies over Oakhurst today. The report came in at 10:40 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 20, of a vegetation fire just off Highway 49 behind the Enterprise Center. It may have been strange to see the green Sierra National Forest engines in town, but ...

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Will There Be Logging In Rim Fire Burn?

WASHINGTON, DC – The Restoring Healthy Forests Act, HR 1526, was approved today by the House of Representatives by a vote of 244-173. The measure includes an amendment by California 4th District Congressman Tom McClintock, to allow the burned timber from the 2013 fire areas to be salvaged in an expedited manner. McClintock’s amendment was adopted by a vote of ...

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