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Scot Is Keynote Speaker At Lavender Convention

FRESNO – Local educator and activist Karen Adell Scot will serve as Keynote Speaker at the Lavender Convention, set to take place on Saturday, Apr. 11 at Wesley United Methodist Church in Fresno. The Lavender Convention is an inclusive day-long event for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people and allies in the community to join in the celebration of ...

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Public Invited To CDC Annual Meeting

NORTH FORK – The North Fork Community Development Council (CDC) invites the public to their annual meeting on Monday, Mar. 23, at the Rancheria Community Center. Refreshments will be served at 5 p.m, and the meeting starts at 5:30, with updates on the Biomass Energy Project, downtown North Fork, District 5 and North Fork Rancheria Projects, and the Chawanakee School ...

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Allure Of Mystery In History At Branches Author Meet

OAKHURST – Branches Books and Gifts will host author Paul Henry Abram on Saturday, June 6 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. as he signs and talks about his book Trona, Bloody Trona, and some of the less expected ramifications of writing the stories he chose to tell. When his second book was published in the summer of 2013, Paul ...

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North Fork Celebrates Earth Day

NORTH FORK – The community of North Fork will be celebrating Earth Day on Saturday, Apr. 18, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Old Mill Site. Eco products, solar power, food and baked goods, live music and Sanctuary BMX bike demonstration will be part of a fun-packed day.

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North Fork's 26th Annual 8th Grade Play

Submitted by Robyn Flory NORTH FORK – Students have been hard at work preparing for the North Fork School’s 26th Annual 8th Grade Play, to be presented on Friday, Mar. 27. This year’s play is called “Happily Never After!” and is a comedy about what might happen if our Fairy Tale Prince and Princesses really didn’t live happily ever after. ...

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Help For Homeowners With Dead And Dying Trees

With estimates of a 40 percent die-off of Ponderosa Pine this year, and dead and dying trees dotting the landscape in the mountain area, Cal Fire is offering some important assistance for homeowners. The oncoming fire season, which is forecast to be even more volatile than 2014, makes it critical that diseased, dead and dying trees be removed as soon ...

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Take The Survey For Chance To Win Gift Certificate

NORTH FORK – As the community of North Fork welcomes a biomass energy plant at the old mill site, residents are being asked to voice their opinions on the project. Henry Swisher, a master of arts student at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, is conducting a research thesis on community-scale renewable energy projects as part of his M.A. ...

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New Acting Ranger Joins Bass Lake District

NORTH FORK – The Sierra National Forest in happy to welcome Robbin Ekman as Acting District Ranger for the Bass Lake Ranger District, a position previously held by District Ranger Dave Martin, who retired in January. Ms. Ekman, a resident of Auberry, will be in this temporary role through mid-April. The position is expected to be filled permanently in this ...

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North Fork Chooses Its Citizen Of The Year

NORTH FORK – Janet Wheeler has been chosen as Citizen of the Year for 2014, and was honored at a dinner on Saturday, Feb. 21, at the Town Hall. Janet is a Real Estate Broker at Century 21 Ditton Realty in North Fork, has been a leader in the community for many years, and has a reputation for being honest ...

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North Fork Citizen Of The Year Dinner

NORTH FORK – The North Fork Boosters are hosting their annual Citizen of the Year Dinner this Saturday, Feb. 21, at the Town Hall. Last year’s winner, Mark Logee, along with wife Kathy, will be orchestrating a pasta dinner with a salad bar featuring greens from the Kern Family Farm. Hansel Kern was the 2012 Citizen of the Year, and ...

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