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Oakhurst Elementary Welcomes Families of Soon-to-be-Kindergartners

Cartoon drawing of a girl and a boy walking along holding hands.

OAKHURST — Oakhurst Elementary School is hosting a “Welcome to Kindergarten” Drive-Through Round-Up and the OES Kindergarten Team of Karen Forbes, Anne Guynn and Laura Jeffris is looking forward to meeting you and your child. The team will have a special present for your child and this will also be a great opportunity to ask them questions and submit kindergarten ...

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Look for 25% Discount On June, July Sierra Tel Bills

OAKHURST — During these unprecedented times, Sierra Tel knows that many families are working from home, students are participating in on-line school programs, and many of our customers are temporarily unemployed. To help ease the economic hardship our customers are incurring, we will be discounting the DSL internet service portion of your bill by 25% for the months of June ...

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Oakhurst Democratic Club Awards $500 to 4 Area Graduating Seniors

OAKHURST — The Oakhurst Democratic Club has presented $500 awards to four mountain-area graduating seniors. Three of the students are from Yosemite High School: Riley Hardison, Saige Jackson and Andie Miller. One Minarets High School student, Rebecca Townsend, also received the award. The Eleanor Roosevelt Community Service Award is granted to students graduating from Yosemite, Minarets or Glacier High School ...

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Body’s By Boyd Opening New Location in Oakhurst

OAKHURST — Body’s By Boyd is pleased to announce we are officially open at our new location at 49643 Hartwell Rd. in Oakhurst. Our new facility is 16,100 square feet, more than triple the size of our previous building. We have installed all new state-of-the-art equipment including a GFS Ultra spray booth, Kaeser air center compressor system, GFS prep stations, ...

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‘Avenue of Flags’ Event Honors Nation’s Fallen Heroes

OAKHURST — In an annual mountain area tradition, the Marine Corps League #1121 together with the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8743 hosted the ‘Avenue of the Flags’ Monday at Oakhill Cemetery.The group of community volunteers — one as young as three years old — teamed with members of the local 4H Club to place dozens of flags throughout the ...

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County Library Branches Continue ‘Phased’ Reopening

MOUNTAIN AREA — All Madera County Library locations, including the branches in Oakhurst and North Fork, are now offering curbside services for the community as the next phase of the system’s reopening plan. Library announced this week that patrons can place holds on books, DVDs and other materials via the Library’s mobile app, online catalog, or by phone. Staff will prepare ...

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Organizers Seek Volunteers for Annual ‘Avenue of Flags’ Salute

OAKHURST — The Marine Corps League in Oakhurst together with the Veterans of Foreign Wars Association will be hosting the annual Avenue of the Flags for Memorial Day (May 25) at Oakhill Cemetery. “We are seeking veterans and their families to help us put the flags up at 7 a.m. and take them down at 16:00,” said Maryann Enciso, the ...

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Oakhurst Sewer Line Replacement Project Reaches ‘Cross-Over’

OAKHURST — Northbound lanes of Highway 41 between the Fresno River and Road 426 have been reopened to traffic, according to the latest update from the Madera County Public Works Department.“Traffic signals at SR 41/SR 49 and SR 41/Rd 426 intersections will remain on all-way flashing red as required by Caltrans to allow traffic to re-acclimate to the normal traffic ...

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Yosemite High School Hires New Assistant Principal

OAKHURST — Yosemite Unified School District and Yosemite High School are welcoming Todd Partin as the newest addition to the Badger family. Partin will serve as assistant principal at Yosemite High School, according to Dr.Stephanie Osowski, YHS principal.An Indiana native, Partin moved to the area after retiring from the Air Force. His experience in the Air Force included serving as ...

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Eminent Domain Action Postponed in Midtown Connector Project

Update: After Madera County Community Development Director Matthew Treber told supervisors Tuesday morning that County officials and the private landowner were still negotiating and hoped to able to reach an agreement soon, the Madera County Board of Supervisors postponed for one week (until May 12 regular meeting) any further action on the proposed eminent domain proceeding detailed in the story ...

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