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Red Cross Opens Two Shelters In Oakhurst And Mariposa

OAKHURST — The American Red Cross Central Valley Chapter has opened two evacuation shelters due to flooding in Madera and Mariposa Counties. Red Cross volunteers will provide safe shelter, water, meals, and additional resources to evacuees impacted by these major storms. Shelter Locations: New Life Christian Fellowship (5089 Cole Road, Mariposa, CA 95338) Oakhurst Community Center (39800 Fresno Flats Rd, ...

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Traffic Alert: Traffic Collision Hwy 41 & Road 406

O’NEALS—The California Highway Patrol is reporting a traffic collision has occurred on Highway 41 near  Road 406. Traffic is being substantially affected.  A vehicle has overturned. Injuries are being reported and lane blockage. Please avoid the the area if possible. We will update this article when new information is available. UPDATE 6:25pm One way traffic control is in place UPDATE ...

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School Closures And Delays 12.2.2022

MOUNTAIN COMMUNITIES–The following is a list of school closures and delays that we are aware of. Please check with your child’s school if you don’t see it listed here. We will update this article when more information is available. Mariposa County Mariposa County Unified School District Out of an abundance of caution, taking into consideration the current information we have ...

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Storm Watch– Schools, Road Conditions, Power Outages

MOUNTAIN COMMUNITIES–From rain to hail to snow, thunderstorms, and wind, our communities have been dealing with the first major winter storm of the season which began on Sunday. The National Weather Service Hanford Office has predicted that Tuesday night into Wednesday morning will be the worst of the storm with snow levels dropping and more thunderstorms possible. Check below for ...

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Traffic Alert Traffic Collision Hwy 41 And Jewel Vista

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O’NEALS–A motor vehicle accident is being reported on Highway 41 at Jewel Vista Court in the O’Neals area. Two vehicles are involved and injuries are being reported. This is a head on collision and both lanes of the highway are currently blocked. California Highway Patrol (CHP) is on scene along with first responders. Please avoid the area if possible. We ...

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Traffic Alert Two Accidents Road 200

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MOUNTAIN COMMUNITIES–Two motor vehicle accidents are being reported on Road 200. One is near Highway 41 in the 54000 block of Road 200 and the other is near Hadley Road. The accident in the 54000 block involves a single vehicle and injuries are unknown at this time. The vehicle is off the road. The accident near Hadley Road involves two ...

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Traffic Alert Highway 41 and Jewel Vista

O’NEALS–A motor vehicle accident is being reported on Highway 41 near Jewel Vista in the O’Neals area. A single vehicle is involved and has blocked all lanes of the highway.  An ambulance and tow truck are enroute. Please use caution in the area and expect delays. We will update this article when more information is available. Update 4:30pm One way ...

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First Significant Storm On The Way

MOUNTAIN COMMUNITIES–The National Weather Service Hanford Office is predicting the first significant storm of the season will impact Central California Tuesday through Thursday. Heavy snow is possible in the Sierra Nevada mainly north of the Kings River above 5,000 feet, especially Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday night. Snow levels will begin at around 7,000 feet on Tuesday , before falling to ...

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Halloween Party at The Pines Bar

Bass Lake — This Saturday, October 29, 2022, The Pines Bar will be hosting its annual Halloween Party! The party will have costume contests for males, females, and couples. Winners will be announced at midnight, and winners must be present to claim their prize. Judging will be done online via Instagram polls. Live music will be provided by the ever-effervescent ...

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A Halloween Tale From Sierra Sky Ranch

October is a month of many traditions. Haunted houses, costume parties, trick o’ treating, pumpkin carving, and, of course, stories of ghosts and ghouls. Stories that are meant to amuse and entertain, as well as to occasionally give a fright to those who take the time to listen and believe in the superstitions. In honor of these traditions, Sierra News ...

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