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Stanislaus And Sierra National Forests Host Public Engagement Session August 12, 2019

SONORA, CALIFORNIA – Sierra and Stanislaus National forests are hosting a public engagement session Aug. 12 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., to gather information on a resiliency project within the national forests. Participants will help develop the proposed action for a new large-landscape vegetation project. SIERRA NATIONAL FOREST Forest Headquarters 1600 Tollhouse Road Clovis, CA 93611 1 p.m. – ...

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Yosemite National Park Will Host A Public Meeting On The Upcoming Glacier Point Road Rehabilitation Project

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Glacier Point Road in Yosemite National Park to be closed for road construction during the 2021 visitor season. Yosemite National Park will host a public meeting in Oakhurst, California from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm on Wednesday, August 28, 2019 on the upcoming Glacier Point Road Rehabilitation Project. All are welcome to attend this meeting to learn more about the ...

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The Daughters Rea and The Grasskickers at Music on the Green

The Mariposa Arts Council and its wonderful sponsors are proud to present The Daughters Rea on Friday, August 16, and The Grasskickers on Saturday, August 17 at Music on the Green. The Daughters Rea are a folk/pop duo based out of Mammoth Lakes, California. The band is comprised of sisters Sarah Rea on mandolin and vocals and Caitlin Rea on ...

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Oakhurst Physical Therapy Has A Doctor In The House

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Article written by Dr. Tony McLean. Dr. Tony McLean, PT, DPT, is a lifelong learner. Since earning his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree, he has vigorously pursued mentoring the next generation of physical therapists. Graduate PT students enjoy learning from his clinical practice as well as his ability to draw on his vast professional experiences. One time, during his nine ...

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Wildflowers, Pika and Sally at Saddlebag Lake

Pika, those furry little critters that are too cute for words, greeted my dog Sally and me on our first day camping at Saddlebag Lake as we took a short walk along the east side of the lake to check out the beautiful wildflowers. Where: Hoover Wilderness, Inyo National Forest Distance: About 1.5 miles (but you can go farther) Elevation ...

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‘Bull Market’ in Oakhurst Promotes 2019 Coarsegold Stampede

OAKHURST — Wall Street had nothing on Oakhurst Saturday morning when the Von’s shopping center was transformed into a bull market — with a 1,500-pound rodeo bull named Wizard pacing the parking lot across from the grocery store. The eight-year-old animal, considered “rodeo royalty” according to his handlers, was at the shopping center to promote the upcoming Coarsegold Stampede Pro ...

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Shadow Casters MC Honors Children’s Museum Of The Sierra

OAKHURST — Their charity ride was a great success and the benefits locally are appreciable, as the Sierra Shadow Casters Motorcycle Club recently presented a $1,000 donation to the Children’s Museum of the Sierra to support the organization nonprofit to nonprofit. The funds were raised by the Club’s motorcycle poker run through Yosemite last May, known as the Sierra Memorial ...

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Family Fun Stargazing Party At Millerton Lake

MADERA COUNTY — The community is invited to take a short trip and see the night sky, as the Central Valley Astronomers, Inc. take over the grounds at Millerton Lake to set up telescopes for viewing the heavens. Observe planets, stars, galaxies, Nebulae and more on Saturday, Aug. 24 from 8 – 10 p.m., when sunset is at 7:40 p.m., ...

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Presentation By Artist, Teacher And Storyteller Julia Parker

MARIPOSA — One of the preeminent Native American basket makers in California will be giving a free presentation as Julia F. Parker comes to the Mariposa Museum and History Center on Saturday, Aug. 10 at 2 p.m. A respected elder of the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria and long-time resident of Yosemite Valley, Parker is prolific artist, teacher and storyteller. Parker ...

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Hiking Up, Down and Around Dana Plateau

Dana Plateau is not an easy hike by any means but if you are up for it, you will be blown away by the landscape, textures, colors, views and wildflowers that call this land that escaped the glaciers their home. If you go now and climb up through the white, bouldery wash, you will see beautiful columbine blooms which are ...

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