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Find A Treasure, Support the Community Center

OAKHURST – Mountain Community Women (MCW) has a single mission – to support the Oakhurst Community Center – and they are getting ready to put on their biggest fundraiser of the year. MCW will host their annual Flea Market/Boutique & Rummage Sale on Apr. 27, indoors at the Oakhurst Community Center.

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Town Hall Meeting With Tom McClintock Tonight

OAKHURST – Tom McClintock, 4th District Congressman, will be hosting a town hall meeting tonight, Apr. 1, at 6 p.m. at the Oakhurst Elementary Multi-Purpose Room, 49495 Road 427 in Oakhurst. This is an opportunity to meet your representative, ask questions and express concerns about local and regional issues. For those who are unable to attend the Oakhurst meeting tonight, ...

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Oakhurst Area Homeless Project Now Online

OAKHURST – Lori and Jay Prentice have made it their mission to share their home with those who have no place to go. Now Lori has written a book about their experiences. For the past three years, the Prentice’s have actively sought out families who have fallen on hard times, and find themselves homeless and out in the cold. They ...

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Huge Parking Lot Sale Benefits Relay For Life

OAKHURST – Organizers behind the Relay for Life of Eastern Madera County are planning a fundraising parking lot sale for Saturday, Apr. 13 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Oakhurst Medical Group parking lot located at the corner of Highway 41 and Junction Drive. “We’re not selling the parking lot, but we will have tables of treasures collected ...

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YHS Offers Low-Cost Sports Physicals

OAKHURST – Yosemite High School will offer low-cost athletic physicals for YHS students who plan to participate in sports during the upcoming school year. On Thursday, May 23, at 6 p.m., physicians and medical technicians will be on hand to offer athletic physicals for incoming freshmen and current students who will be playing sports for YHS in the 2013/14 academic ...

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Early Morning Fire At McDonalds Quickly Handled

OAKHURST – Firefighters made quick work of a fire that started in a fryer at McDonalds on Thursday morning. At about 6:50 a.m. on Mar. 28, hot cooking oil was the fuel for a fire that was contained to the fryer itself. McDonalds employees used fire extinguishers on the blaze, and called 911.

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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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What's Up At Yosemite High?

OAKHURST – Yosemite High School (YHS) Principal Ed Van Hoose reports on students and activities that are making news at YHS this month. YHS Junior Allison Boyer, 16, won First Place at the Rotary Area Speech Contest, after winning the Sierra Sunrise Rotary contest earlier this year, sending her to the District competition in Ceres on Mar. 30.

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