Breaking News
Home » Home Slider (page 9)

Home Slider

Stitch Fix! Bear Paw Quilts To Reopen Saturday

OAKHURST — Mountain area stitching and sewing fans rejoice: Bear Paw Quilts & More is back in business. The new owners of the popular specialty sewing and fabric shop are holding a grand reopening on Saturday, Aug. 3. The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the store, which is located at 40761 Highway 41 in ...

Read More »

YHS Grad Katie Thompson Seeks Assist To San Diego

OAKHURST — Mountain area residents know how much the youth of our community are loved and supported, and we like to keep up on what they’re doing once they finish high school and move on out into the greater world. Katie Thompson is a 2017 graduate of Yosemite High School (YHS). Quiet and shy, she is known for her prowess ...

Read More »

Hodges Carves Out Runner Up Finish At 2019 Stihl Timbersports Championships

MILWAUKEE — North Fork’s Nate Hodges finished second overall this past weekend at the 2019 Stihl Timbersports U.S. Championships. Hodges, one of his sport’s rising superstars, was edged out for the top spot by a single point by another successful and popular timbersports athlete, 38-year-old Cassidy Scheer of Minnesota, whose family has been dominating lumberjack competitions for more than 40 ...

Read More »

Dirty Red Barn And Tom Vandenavond On The Green

By Andy Roberts — MARIPOSA — Dirty Red Barn from Sonoma County makes their debut at Music on the Green on Friday, Aug. 2 — a rock ‘n folk band playing originals and classic covers. They’ve got Dave Brouillette on guitar and vocals, Ben Becker on upright bass and guitar, Sean Parnell on harmonica and vocals, and multi-instrumentalist Malcolm Johnson ...

Read More »

Dust And Money Raised At ‘Nationals or Bust’ Gymkhana

COARSEGOLD — Today at the Coarsegold Rodeo Grounds, Minarets Class of 2019 grad Katie Linderholm raised thousands of dollars for her school’s FFA chapter. Saturday’s ‘Nationals or Bust!’ gymkhana, which Linderholm organized, drew more than 30 local competitors — from 4 to well over 60 years old — who paid $10 to $25 to compete in events including Washington Poles, ...

Read More »

Red Cross Issues Heat Safety Tips As Temperatures Climb

FRESNO — It’s hot out there and the soaring temperatures can be dangerous. The American Red Cross has steps people can follow to help stay safe when it’s hot outside. NEVER LEAVE CHILDREN OR PETS IN YOUR VEHICLE The inside temperature of the car can quickly reach 120 degrees. Other heat safety steps include: • Stay hydrated, drink plenty of ...

Read More »

Red Chairs And Blue Herons

By Sharon Giacomazzi —  FISH CAMP — Across from bustling Fish Camp Store is a placid blue pond cradled in an emerald green meadow. It’s a serene and peaceful sight, especially in comparison to Yosemite travelers zooming along Highway 41. For many years I’ve enjoyed its presence, full to the brim in early season and ice coated in winter. For ...

Read More »

51st Installation Of Soroptimist Officers For 2019-2020

Submitted by Soroptimist — AHWAHNEE — Family, friends and members of Soroptimist International of the Sierras attended the 51st installation of officers on Sunday, June 23 with a ‘Jockey and Juleps/Kentucky Derby’ theme at River Creek Golf Course. Soroptimist Sierra Pacific Region, District Three Director Janie Hokanson with SI Clovis explained the duties of each officer and talked about the ...

Read More »

Crews Make Quick Work Of Vegetation Fire Near North Fork

NORTH FORK – Crews responded to a vegetation fire burning along Road 222 just south of Road 200 in North Fork this afternoon, and had it contained within minutes of their arrival. Firefighters were called out at around 5 p.m. to reports of a fire burning about 400 to 500 feet south of Road 200 on Auberry Road. The first ...

Read More »
Sierra News Online

Sierra News Online