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Biomass Project Would Bring Jobs To North Fork

NORTH FORK – The proposed biomass plant at the old mill site was just one of the issues discussed at the Town Hall meeting hosted by District 5 Supervisor Tom Wheeler at the Mono Rancheria Community Center in North Fork on Thursday, Mar. 28. Community Development Council (CDC) president Dan Rosenberg shared details of the project, which is the first ...

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Get Your Dance On – Free Classes At North Fork Dance Club

NORTH FORK – North Fork Dance Club is offering mountain area residents something special this spring: the chance to attend a free one-hour dance program every Tuesday and Wednesday evening at 5:30 p.m. through May 15. “The class is an intro to dance, covering many styles,” explains Dance Club Director Christina DeGracia, “it’s being offered to the community to give ...

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Crab Cakes Supports The Arts In North Fork

OAKHURST – Crab Cakes owner Roman Zabicki presented Squirrel Cage Theatre Co. vice-president David Novell with a check for over $600 after a music-filled fundraiser on St. Patrick’s Day. Local musicians including Good Medicine, Sugar Pine, Jean Butterfield, Dave & Amy, and Jeff Gurule & Joe Nelson entertained diners throughout the afternoon at Crab Cakes Restaurant on Sunday, Mar. 17, ...

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Exploring The Central Sierra On Horseback

Written by Cheryl Frank For Ann Bates and Sherry Antill of North Fork, sharing their knowledge of the equestrian trail experience has become their passion. They are two pioneering women who encourage local equestrian trail riding and camaraderie. They do so by sharing their considerable knowledge of the central Sierra Nevada equestrian trails experience through guide books and internet networking.

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Growing Up In The School System With ADHD

O’NEALS – Minarets High School student Daniel Hooker will be the first direct male descendant on his father’s side to graduate from high school in at least three generations. “They all struggled academically and dropped out before graduation,” says mom Patti of Daniel’s father’s side of the family. “We believe early intervention for Daniel, along with school and home support ...

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How To Help North Fork Family Devasted By Fire

NORTH FORK – On Monday, Mar. 18, Steve and Pam Payne of North Fork lost everything when their home on De Na Lane burned to the ground. The community has been reaching out to help, and here are some ways that folks in the mountain community can contribute to the family in this very difficult time.

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Sunday Brunch Open Mic At Slim's Koffee Shak

NORTH FORK – Artist, musicians, poets and comedians, performers of all stripes are invited to show their stuff at Slim Koffee Shak throughout the month of April during Sunday Brunch Open Mic. “Bring your poems, comedy, stories, your instruments (plugged or unplugged) and your performance art,” say organizers. There will be a drum kit set up at Slim’s for performers ...

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North Fork Residents Lose Everything In House Fire

NORTH FORK – A fire this morning in North Fork completely destroyed the home of Steve and Pam Payne on De Na Lane. The Paynes, who used to own the Mountain House Restaurant, live on the property along with Pam’s mother Victoria Monson. There are two homes on the parcel, and Victoria’s home survived intact, while Pam and Steve’s was ...

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Bring Your Tools, Bring Your Ideas To North Fork Clean-Up Day

NORTH FORK – The Chamber of Commerce celebrated St. Paddy’s Day and raised a toast to recent and upcoming North Fork projects at the Pizza Factory on Saturday, Mar. 16. Greg and D.J. and the crew served up green beer, green pizza and salad, while Christina DeGracia and her students from the The Dance Club showed off their fancy footwork, ...

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