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Can Firefighters Defend Your Home?

AHWAHNEE – As residents prepare for what is sure to be a challenging fire season, knowing what firefighters need in order to defend their homes may prove invaluable. Over two days last week, the men and women tasked with that crucial job were put through their paces during training drills at Ahwahnee Hills Regional Park. Each year, crews are presented ...

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Sounds Of Solstice 2015

OAKHURST – Lovers of music take note, the local music festival Sounds of Solstice is happening for a second summer, and this time the date is set for Saturday, June 20, from 2 p.m. til dark. The fest takes place at Oakhurst Community Park with a host of bands and vendors, a kids’ play area, and locally made treats including ...

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Free Soccer Clinics For Madera County Youth

MADERA COUNTY – Madera County Soccer Fest 2015 is geared up to provide free soccer clinics for kids ages 6 to 19, with youth development coaches from the LA Galaxy and Fresno Fuego. Three clinics will be offered, one at Liberty High School on Tuesday, June 23, and two at MUSD Memorial Stadium the following Wednesday and Thursday, June 24 ...

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OES Students Master Yosemite Project

OAKHURST – Are you smarter than a 5th grader who knows just about everything there is to know about Yosemite? Students at Oakhurst Elementary School under the guidance of teachers Robin Ward and Michelle Burton are so well-versed in Yosemite facts and fun that they’re prepared to sell the vacation package of a lifetime, if only for the purposes of ...

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Ribbon Cutting At New Sheriff's Office

MADERA COUNTY – County officials and law enforcement from several different agencies gathered at the new Madera County Sheriff’s Office facility on Falcon Drive on Tuesday for the official ribbon cutting. The new 27,500-square-foot headquarters building sits on two-and-a-half acres and was made possible through a public-private partnership with Spencer Enterprises, Inc. The state-of-the-art facility allows for the consolidation of ...

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Charity Challenge Rolls Into Town

OAKHURST – Yosemite High School was a hot spot for car lovers and others last week when the much anticipated met with the mostly unexpected. The student parking lot filled with cars and people, a reality entertainment show was filmed, a special senior project was staged, and even the Batmobile was rolled out complete with its namesake driver at the ...

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NFL Quarterback Speaks About Depression

FRESNO – Former Detroit Lions Quarterback Eric Hipple will be sharing his personal experiences with depression, stigma and surviving his son’s suicide on Friday, May 28, from 3 to 4:30 p.m. This free event is taking place as part of the Department of Behavioral Health’s outreach recognizing May as Mental Health Matters Month and is funded through Mental Health Services ...

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Alder Creek Falls Hike 2015

My favorite part of this hike is seeing those harlequin lupine when they are blooming. We lucked out and there were many beautiful displays of yellow, purple and pink harlequins lining the trail in places and grouped together is other spots.

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People, Places and Second Chances

Submitted by Lori Howard OAKHURST – It isn’t often that life allows you a second chance. We had the opportunity to host Miguel and Anna Perez-Spuch from Madrid, Spain this week. We see people from all over the world at our bed and breakfast near Yosemite National Park, but none with a story like Anna and Miguel’s.

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Busy Weekend Expected In Yosemite

YOSEMITE – Yosemite National Park anticipates an extremely busy Memorial Day weekend. Its been a very busy year so far and the park expects high visitation, especially from Friday afternoon until Sunday. Visitors are strongly urged to avoid arriving during the peak hours of 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Arriving early, or late in the afternoon are the best ways ...

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