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Squirrel Cage Theatre Presents "Spring Fling"

NORTH FORK – Squirrel Cage Theatre Co. brings back favorite acts from past shows and exciting new talent as they present their annual Spring Fling on Saturday, Apr. 25, at the Town Hall. The show will feature a wide variety of musical styles, ranging from a 60s girls group to soul, bluegrass, 70s rock and folk.

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North Fork Bioenergy Project Community Meeting

NORTH FORK – A community meeting on the North Fork Bioenergy Project will be held on Wednesday, Apr. 29, at Fire Station 11 on the Old Mill Site, 33400 Douglas Ranger Station Road from 5:30 to 8 p.m. This event is hosted by the North Fork Community Development Council and coordinated by the Sierra Resource Conservation District.

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North Fork BBQ Supports Local Fire Station

NORTH FORK – One of the favorite events of the spring in North Fork is the annual Tri-tip BBQ put on by the North Fork Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary. It is scheduled this year for Saturday, Apr. 25. This is the major fundraiser for the Auxiliary, who work hard all year to provide funds necessary to outfit Station 11 firefighters ...

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Two Day Old Burn Pile Ignites Fire

NORTH FORK – It only took a gust of wind for a burn pile that was reportedly lit off two days ago to flare up and start a vegetation fire along Road 223 near Taylor Ridge Road this afternoon. Brothers Matthew and Austin Niblett had just left their residence a couple houses down, when they noticed a large column of ...

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Mountain Lion Kills Livestock Near North Fork

NORTH FORK – Residents have been on guard over the past several weeks after a mountain lion kills 14 head of sheep and goats in the North Fork area. A resident who owns a rental home behind Goodwin Lumber says the lion came onto his property, slaughtered seven of his sheep and devoured them.

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Minarets Presents Arsenic & Old Lace in North Fork

NORTH FORK – Get ready for a play the New York Times once said was “so funny we would never forget it.” Now, a murderously talented bunch of Minarets High School players are madly rehearsing to present Arsenic and Old Lace on Friday and Saturday, Apr. 10 – 11, on stage at the North Fork Town Hall.

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Pancake Breakfast Supports North Fork School Garden

NORTH FORK – Plan now to attend a very special Pancake Breakfast sponsored by the North Fork Lions Club to benefit the North Fork School Garden. Breakfast will be served up from 8 to 10 a.m. on Saturday, Apr. 11, in Kennedy Hall at the North Fork Elementary School. Eggs, sausage and pancakes will be generously prepared by the Lions ...

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Loggers Jamboree Kick-Off Dinner & Dance

NORTH FORK – The 56th annual Mid-Sierra Loggers Jamboree Kick-Off Dinner and Dance is Saturday, Mar. 28, at the North Fork Town Hall. Doors open at 5:30 p.m., with dinner at 6, and introduction of the Queen and Little Logger contestants at 7 p.m. Dance to the music of The Freightshakers, and enjoy the barbeque for just $15. A no-host ...

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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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