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Minarets Digital Publishing Is Write On

Written by Rachel Hooker — O’NEALS — Digital Publishing/Creative Writing at Minarets High School is a good class that is a great beginning way to be published if you ever want to be a writer. Digital publishing provides young writers with a forum to share their work. We do creative stories, school-related articles, and children’s books. Already this year, several ...

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Innovative Environment For University-Level Work

Written by Evana Holevas — O’NEALS — Minarets High School provides both an innovative and friendly environment. From the affable students and teachers to the students’ freedom to research and share, Minarets truly is a special place. Unlike most schools, social media and phone use are encouraged at Minarets. Students are taught to utilize these important outlets to promote their ...

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Minarets High School: Student-Tested, Student-Recommended

Written by Rachel Hooker — O’NEALS — I am a senior at Minarets High School, and have enjoyed my time at Minarets. During each year of high school I’ve learned that I can be brave, and have grown as a person and a learner. When I first came to Minarets, I was expecting it to be just a normal high school: heavy ...

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Kindness In The Curriculum At Minarets

Written by Dalilah Ybarra — O’NEALS — A small public high school located within downtown O’Neals is most likely the friendliest campus in the Central Valley. Minarets is filled with joyous students, not to mention kind and caring teachers. Questions or concerns that students may possibly have about assignments are always met with helpful answers. Students aren’t ever afraid when it comes ...

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It’s Show Band Time

Written by Nicholas Hunt O’NEALS — What is Show Band, and why is it not in other schools? The Minarets Show Band is a new program developed as a CTE (Career Technical Education) oriented course, designed for top performers from all music classes offered at Minarets. That includes Guitar 1, Guitar 2/Recording, Rock Music Performance, Singer-Songwriter, Concert Band, Chorus, and Percussion. Show Band ...

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Downtown North Fork Welcomes “A Bit Of Everything”

Written by Lluvia Moreno — NORTH FORK — There has been a lot of buzz around town about the Grand Opening of several businesses on Friday, Apr. 1, including A Bit of Everything, owned by North Fork resident Christina DeGracia. A Bit of Everything offers just what the name suggests, from items such as camping gear and sporting goods, to ...

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Coffee And Conversation With The CHP

OAKHURST — The Cool Bean Cafe was buzzing this morning as folks dropped in to chat or have coffee while getting to know their local CHP officers. Coffee With A Cop is a program near and dear to the heart of Oakhurst Area CHP Commander Lt. Jason Daughrity. The purposed is to bring together police officers and the community members ...

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Willow Creek Catering Grand Opening Friday

NORTH FORK — Friday, Apr. 1, will be a day of celebration as three new businesses open in downtown North Fork. One of the stand-outs is Willow Creek Catering. Owner and culinary expert of Willow Creek Catering, Dawn Pliche’, has been a Head Chef in the Yosemite, Oakhurst and the central Sierra mountain area for over 15 years. Dawn has ...

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CHP Offers Safe Driving Class For Seniors

MOUNTAIN AREA — There are still a few spots left for Thursday’s Age Well-Drive Smart class for seniors, hosted by the Oakhurst Area Office of the California Highway Patrol on Mar. 31, from 10 a.m. to noon. Please note that the CHP Office will be closed on that date due to the State holiday, but Officer Kaci Lutz will still ...

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Spring Poem By Beth Wilson

Written by Beth Wilson Spring Poem Rain beats against the windows, cascading down from overcast skies. You can hear the baying of the wind as it streaks through your hair. The chill settles in your bones, a lingering companion to your days. Waters rise, filling up the valleys that you once drifted over. But just as you close your eyes, ...

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