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Master Gardener Speaks At Oakhurst Library

OAKHURST – The Oakhurst Library is pleased to host a special gardening event presented by the president of the Mariposa County Master Gardeners, Betty Massey. Betty, who lives in Mariposa, will bring a lot of ideas for combating our serious drought conditions. For instance, she says that the State of California is encouraging local residents to move to “edible” landscaping ...

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Oakhurst Kids Ring Up Change For Kiwanis

OAKHURST – Students at Oakhurst Elementary School (OES) looked under car seats, checked pockets and looked everywhere they could think of this spring, and ultimately the scheme paid off: as a group, the children collected 4,040 quarters for a local Kiwanis who will donate the money to Children’s Hospital. The spring philanthropic project for OES kids was their participation in ...

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Speaker Addresses Property, Water And Public Land Rights

Submitted by Jannai Pero OAKHURST – The public is invited to the Oakhurst / Coarsegold Tea Party Action Meeting on Tuesday, July 15, at 6:30 p.m. at the Best Western Yosemite Gateway Inn Restaurant, 40530 Highway 41 in Oakhurst. “This is not a partisan topic,” say organizers, who invite everyone to hear guest speaker Debbie Bacigalupi detailing the “history, political, ...

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Oakhurst Has A New Honorary Mayor

OAKHURST – After 10 weeks of fundraising and a host of community events, the winner has emerged in the race for Honorary Mayor of Oakhurst. Local entrepreneur Mat Sands, whose charity is the Boys and Girls Club of Oakhurst, has earned the honor by raising the most money for his cause.

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BLEF Invites Kid Gamers To Computer Camp

OAKHURST – Quiety and without much fanfare, for five years now, the Bass Lake Education Foundation (BLEF) has successfully supported and promoted science, arts, sports and more for school age children in the mountain area. They’ve met their goals by bringing a diverse set of programs to the foothills, says BLEF Founder Kriszti Mendonca, and the plan going forward is ...

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Diabetes Alert Dogs At Oakhurst Library

Submitted by Eastern Madera County SPCA OAKHURST – The Oakhurst Library is pleased to host a very special event to introduce our mountain communities to Diabetes Alert Dogs. Jeremy and Alicia Becker of Oakhurst, along with their six children, have embarked on a mission to breed and train Diabetes Alert Dogs (DADs).

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Summer So Far At The Boys And Girls Club

OAKHURST – The first weekend in May at the Oakhurst Boys and Girls Club (BGC) kicked off strong , as the Club was represented in San Francisco at the 108th National Boys and Girls Club Conference. It was a weekend of fabulous trainings, demonstrations, and a great learning experience I was able to bring home to our very own Oakhurst ...

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Oakhurst Honorary Mayor Announced Tonight

OAKHURST – Today is the day Oakhurst learns who will take on the job of Honorary Mayor for the next year. Michael Costa, Mathew Sands and Zona Cahill have been working hard to raise the most money for their selected charities, and today at Yosemite Bank, from 5 to 7 p.m., everyone is invited to enjoy ice cold beverages and ...

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String Of Fires Burns In Cedar Valley

OAKHURST – Smoke rising over the mountains north of Oakhurst and the sounds of sirens racing up Highway 41 got everyone’s attention just after 7 p.m. this evening. A full wildland dispatch was called up for a series of fires along Lewis Creek off Deer Run Trail Road on Tuesday, July 8. Dubbed the Allen Incident, there were reportedly nine ...

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Free Book Download From Local Author

Local author, columnist and former DJ and producer Peter Cavanaugh is offering a free download of his book Local DJ until midnight on Wednesday, July 9. At the age of sixteen in 1957, Peter C. Cavanaugh enjoyed a 58 percent total audience share on his hometown station, WNDR in Syracuse, New York. Decades later, he wrote Local DJ – a ...

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