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The Willow Creek History Tour

EASTERN MADERA COUNTY – The Coarsegold Historical Society is offering a new tour exploring the local area and its history. On May 17 and again on Sept. 20, The Willow Creek History Tour will explore the Willow Creek area near North Fork and Bass Lake, led by Marcia Penner Freedman, author of Willow Creek History – Tales of Cow Camps, ...

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Another Milestone At The North Fork Studio

Written by Susanjoy I am excited to share with you the latest update about our new downtown community space – The North Fork Studio, located next to the library. The North Fork Studio is a nonprofit organization serving the local area by promoting and building community, providing wholesome activities for our youth, and sponsoring programs that help those in need.

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North Fork Studio Renovation Celebration

NORTH FORK – The North Fork Studio has been renovated, and it’s time to celebrate! On Friday, Feb. 28, from 4 to 7 p.m., the community is invited to come see the transformation of one of North Fork’s favorite meeting spaces. The Studio was envisioned in 2002 when local musician/teacher John Kilburn enlisted a group of friends with a mission ...

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CDC Welcomes New Board Member

NORTH FORK – The North Fork Community Development Council (CDC) is pleased to welcome the Chawanakee Unified School District to the Board of Directors. The District’s representatives will be Claudia vanDenbergh, District Counselor, and Gayle Fain, Principal of North Fork School.

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Mikayla Kopp Wins Lions Club Speech Contest

NORTH FORK – Five area high school students stepped up to deliver a speech on the subject “Community Service – What Does It Mean and Why Does It Matter” at the 77th annual Lions Club Student Speakers Contest on Wednesday, Feb. 12. “This competition allows students to explore different topics, compete among themselves and share their thoughts with us,” said ...

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North Fork Scouts Participate In Civics Day

Submitted by Dave Smith, Scout Leader Troop 357 NORTH FORK – February is the anniversary month of the Boy Scouts of America, and each year the BSA celebrates the anniversary of the founding of the Scouting movement. This year, six Scouts from North Fork Troop 357 participated in the 89th annual Civics Day program held in Madera on Wednesday, Feb. ...

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New Thermal Imaging Camera For NFVFD

NORTH FORK – Though the new North Fork Volunteer Fire Station #11 is up and running after years of hard work and fundraising, the NFVFD Auxiliary continues the task of ensuring local firefighters have everything they need to do the job. This week the Auxiliary took delivery of an Argus Mi-TIC Thermal Imaging Camera, replacing a unit that is nearly ...

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New Citizen Of The Year In North Fork

NORTH FORK – Nearly 200 people gathered at the North Fork Town Hall on Saturday evening, Feb. 1, to honor the community’s new Citizen of the Year. Mark Logee, retired Director of the Chawanakee School District Maintenance, Building and Transportation department, was chosen by a vote of those who have held the position in the past. Logee, who has been ...

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Writing Classes At North Fork Library

NORTH FORK – Would you like to write a story or a novel, and don’t know how to start? Friends of the North Fork Library have something just for you. Every Wednesday from Feb. 19 to Mar. 26, at 6 p.m., the Friends are sponsoring a class that will show you how to write a compelling beginning to your story ...

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Embers Spark Fire Near North Fork

NORTH FORK – A fire that threatened a home near North Fork today was another reminder of just how dry conditions are. A homeowner on Wild Rose Lane, just off Douglas Ranger Station Road, did what she would normally do in a normal winter – she took her woodstove ashes and dumped them on the ground out by the pen ...

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