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Volunteers Pitch In to Clean Up Oakhurst River Parkway

OAKHURST — Several dozen community members rolled up their sleeves Saturday to take part in the “Great Sierra River Clean-Up.” The event was held from 9 am to noon by the banks of the Fresno River and along the Oakhurst River Parkway in the area adjacent to Oakhurst Community Park. Participants removed hundreds of pounds of litter and debris from ...

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9/11 First Responder Keynote Speaker at Patriot Day 2019

OAKHURST — Mountain Area Patriot Day 2019 will give area residents a chance to salute military veterans as well as active duty personnel and emergency responders from around Madera County. The star-spangled event takes place Wednesday — September 11 — at the Mountain Christian Center Auditorium, located at 40299 Hwy 49. The program, which begins at 9 a.m., is billed ...

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Thiessens to be Honored as 2019 Volunteers of Year at Fresno Flats Historical Park

OAKHURST — Laurie Thiessen and her three children, Rebekah, Bryce and Ginny, have been named 2019 ‘Volunteers of the Year’ at Fresno Flats Historical Park. For their years of service to the park, the Thiessens will be honored in the Mountain Heritage Day Parade, which is scheduled to take place Sept. 21 in Oakhurst. The Thiessen family began volunteering at ...

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Celebration of Life for George “Chuck” Bredesen

There will be a Celebration of Life for George “Chuck” Bredesen on Saturday, September 7, at 11:00 a.m. at the Yosemite Lakes Community Church, 43840 Patrick Avenue, Coarsegold. Chuck was a long time resident of the Oakhurst and Coarsegold communities where he worked for and retired from the USFS. Remembrances should be given to a favorite charity.  

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The Savannah Sipping Society Opens Tonight At The Golden Chain Theatre

There’s more to ‘The Savannah Sipping Society’ than wisecracks! The Savannah Sipping Society opens August 23rd at The Golden Chain Theatre. It is a raucous comedy that follows the exploits of four downtrodden and unattached Southern women trying to recapture their swag and reclaim their lives. Playwrights Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, and Jamie Wooten explore the ways in which all ...

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Power Outages Hit More Than 14,000 PG&E Customers in Oakhurst, Coarsegold

MOUNTAIN AREA — Two massive power outages temporarily impacted more than 14,000 PG&E customers Monday night in the Oakhurst, Coarsegold, Ahwahnee, Raymond and North Fork areas. During the outage, which lasted for about an hour and a half, the company reported 7,136 customers were without power in the Oakhurst area and 7,718 customers lost power in the Coarsegold area. The ...

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Former Coarsegold Resident Admits to Embezzlement, Must Pay $44K in Restitution

Rebecca Martinez and Sally Moreno announce today 12 felony counts of voter fraud.

OAKHURST — A former Coarsegold resident who admitted to embezzling tens of thousands of dollars from an Oakhurst business has been ordered to make full restitution. Heather Marie Stieler, 48, who used to be the bookkeeper for Fullmer’s Appliance Repair, agreed to a plea deal on June 20, 2019, resulting in 10 felony convictions, including embezzlement, forgery and grand theft. ...

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Oakhurst Sierra Rotary Gives $10,725 to Boys & Girls Club

The Rotary Club of Oakhurst Sierra — also know as the Noon Rotary — presented a giant check Tuesday to the Oakhurst Boys & Girls Club. The $10,750 donation was “huge” in more ways than one, according to Doug Macaulay, board president of the Oakhurst Boys & Girls Club, which has been shuttered since late June due to funding issues. ...

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New Oakhurst Urgent Care Now Expected to Open in October

OAKHURST — Camarena Health now plans to open its new urgent care clinic in Oakhurst sometime in October, according to an update provided Wednesday by the organization’s CEO. “Our contractor is actually calling for inspections today and we hope to have a certificate of occupancy in the next few days. That will allow us to begin the licensing process with ...

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