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The North Fork Totem Pole Has Not Been Stolen

NORTH FORK – First, we would like to clarify right off the bat that the item in question is not a totem pole. However, since the locals refer to it as such, we want everyone to know what we’re talking about. Residents are accustomed to seeing the beautifully designed and painted cultural monument at the intersection of Roads 274 and ...

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North Fork Scouts Plant Trees Near Bass Lake

Written by Dave Smith — NORTH FORK — A prolonged drought not experienced in many decades has resulted in highly significant conifer and oak mortality. Over the winter, in an effort to reduce hazards to the public, U. S. Forest Service crews felled dead conifers in the area around the Bass Lake boat ramp near the dam. Once these hazard ...

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Antique & Classic Boat Show At Bass Lake

BASS LAKE — Saturday, May 14, sees the return of the Antique & Classic Boat Show to the beauty of Bass Lake, California. Sponsored by the Bass Lake Lions Club and Tommy & Tammy Tuso of Bass Lake Water Sports, the show will feature the finest preserved and restored watercraft to be found on the West Coast. The show is ...

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There’s Nothing Better Than True Friends

No matter what you’re up to in life, one thing everyone needs is friends. They make the successes even more inspiring, and the struggles so much easier to bear. I want to personally thank each and every one of the many new True Friends who made a difference and became members during our SNO FriendRaiser. There are truly no words ...

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Sheriff’s Crime Log Through May 1

MADERA COUNTY – Following are details from the Madera County Sheriff’s Office of reports taken locally from Sunday, Apr. 24 to Sunday, May 1, 2016: Bass Lake burglary On Sunday, Apr. 24 at 1:06 p.m., a deputy responded to the 50000 block of Smoke Tree Trail regarding a possible burglary report. During the investigation it was determined unknown subject(s) took ...

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CENTRAL SIERRA — When news is breaking, you want the very latest, most up-to-date, accurate information, and we have just the thing! For breaking news with up-to-the-minute notifications, join our little group of 14,386 Facebook Fans (oops, I looked away, it’s now 14,390 fans) who follow us for news as it’s happening. While responding to a scene, getting a story ...

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Tourism Continues To Boost Local Economy

Written by Therese Williams — MADERA COUNTY — Visitors to Madera County have injected $273.8 million into the local economy and continue to support the region, according to a statewide report released today by Visit California. The report, an update from preliminary findings released in February at Visit California’s 2016 Outlook Forum, finds that travel spending was a leading source ...

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Local School Wins National Earth Science Contest

OAKHURST, CA – Small but mighty, Oakhurst Seventh-Day Adventist Christian School has won a national prize. Discovery Education and the Nutrients for Life Foundation, announced the winners of the 2016 Let It Grow Contest. This contest awards more than $10,000 in prizes to six schools nationwide as part of From the Ground Up: The Science of Soil, an education initiative that ...

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Everyone Together As Club 321 Dance Party Rocks The Falls

Written by Evana Holevas — O’NEALS —  Minarets senior Remington “Remi” Lee collaborated recently with Club 321 and the Down Syndrome Association of Central California to put on one of their biggest events yet, the 321 Dance at the Falls Event Center in Fresno. This dance, open to any teenagers in the area, was a fun opportunity for students with ...

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Cal Fire Declares Wildfire Awareness Week

SACRAMENTO – After a destructive fire season in 2015, conditions in California are already drying out prompting Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr. to declare May 1-7, 2016 as “Wildfire Awareness Week.” During Wildfire Awareness Week, Cal Fire is stressing the critical role all Californians play in preparing for fire season now. “The rain we received this winter and spring has ...

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