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Sierra Vista National Scenic Byway Tours

NORTH FORK – The Sierra Vista Scenic Byway Association has two tours of local interest planned for this summer. The first will be North Fork History Plus. On Saturday, June 14, Connie Popelish, former USFS Archeologist and North Fork History Group member will guide a walking tour of downtown North Fork. Connie will share the history of the buildings, and ...

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Retirement Dinner For 11 Chawanakee Staff

NORTH FORK – Chawanakee Unified School District will be bidding a fond farewell to 11 teachers and employees this week, all of whom are retiring after many years of dedicated service. On Saturday, May 31, these educators and staff will be honored during a retirement dinner at North Fork School’s Kennedy Hall at 5 p.m. If one of these teachers ...

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Open House Tonight At North Fork School

NORTH FORK – It’s time again for Open House at the North Fork School. Dinner will be served at 5:30 p.m. in Kennedy Hall by the 7th Graders. Indian Tacos are just $5 each, with drinks and desserts only $1. Student performances begin at 5:30, and classrooms will be open at 7 p.m.

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Friends Of The Library Celebrate Debbie Myers

NORTH FORK – The Friends of the North Fork Library gathered on Wednesday to honor Debbie Myers for her many years of service to the North Fork Library and the Friends of the Library (FOL). At their monthly meeting on May 21, the occasion was celebrated with cake, coffee, tea, and a gift certificate to Sweetwater Steakhouse.

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Mikayla Kopp Wins Again At Speech Contest

NORTH FORK – A Minarets High School student has once again taken top honors in the 77th annual Lions Club Student Speakers Contest, this time at the Area level held in Linden, Calif., on Saturday, May 17. Mikayla Kopp, 17-year-old senior at Minarets, delivered her speech on the subject, “Community Service – What Does It Mean and Why Does It ...

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Former NSA Spy Speaks At North Fork Studio

NORTH FORK – Hear the previously untold story of one of the bloodiest labor struggles in California history since the 1934 Embarcadero strike. “Trona, Bloody Trona,” a book by North Fork’s own Paul Abram, has been hailed as the best labor read since “Grapes of Wrath.” Abram, an attorney who represented the ILWU Local 35 in its fight against the ...

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Local Samaritan Helps Typhoon Haiyan Victims In Philippines

Submitted by a California Southern Baptist Disaster Relief Ministry volunteer – You haven’t heard or seen it rain until you’ve experienced the thundering waterfall of a tropical downpour on a metal roof. You certainly don’t want to be in a tent or worse under that cascade. The rainy season is rapidly approaching in the Philippines and thousands of Filipinos are ...

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Minarets Youth Football Registration

COARSEGOLD – Young athletes who missed the first round of registrations last week need not worry, since Minarets Youth Football (MYF) is holding a second registration for the upcoming football season. MYF will be fielding three teams in the 2014 season: Pee Wees, Juniors and Seniors. The cost for registration is $110 and includes Spirit Pack items such as t-shirt, ...

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Don Grove Images On Display In Madera Gallery

MADERA – “A Different Look at Yosemite’s Treasures” 150th Anniversary of Yosemite Land Grant Photography Exhibition is on display now at Circle Gallery in Madera. I would like to invite you to journey down to the Circle Gallery at 1653 Schnoor, Ste. 113, in Madera, to join me at the Reception on Saturday, May 17, from 4 to 7 p.m. ...

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Players Square Off In Human Chess Match

NORTH FORK – Never let it be said that the folks in North Fork aren’t a creative lot. They will soon have a unique display of playful creativity, a chess match using human beings as pieces. The match will be held from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Saturday, May 24, at the Mill Site. The game is being organized ...

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