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The History Mystery #8

Written by Don Grove The North Fork History Group recently received a photograph from the Sierra National Forest, Photo HPO3635. J.A. Thomason took this photograph in the 1940s of the Veteran’s Wall that was located somewhere within the North Fork community. Do you know where this Wall was located, when it was built, or when it was taken down? If ...

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Can You Hear Me Now? North Fork Cell Tower Online!

NORTH FORK – Over a year from the time the Madera County Board of Supervisors approved the conditional use permit for a Verizon Cell Tower in North Fork, residents can finally phone home. Verizon customers all over North Fork are reveling in the fact that can now make a cell phone call from La Cabana or Slim’s Koffee Shak in ...

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Badgers Youth Football Signups

OAKHURST – Signups for Yosemite Badgers Youth Football take place this Saturday, July 27, from 9 to 11 a.m. at four different locations around the mountain area: Coarsegold Market, Hillside Market in Yosemite Lakes Park, and at Vons and Raley’s in Oakhurst. Yosemite Badgers Youth Football has four teams from Mighty Mites to Seniors, allowing participation for kids from ages ...

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Where Do You Sleep On El Capitan?

YOSEMITE VALLEY – Many of us have marveled at climbers making their way up the face of El Capitan. We are in awe of their skill and courage. These brave athletes inspire many unanswered questions: How long does it take to climb El Capitan? Do climbers eat and sleep along the way? Who were the first people to climb this ...

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Friday At Fresno Flats Presents "Wild Fire"

OAKHURST – “Wild Fire” will be the topic of the Aug. 9 dinner and program at Friday Nights at Fresno Flats. Jeff May, a volunteer fire spotter and coordinator of all the fire lookouts, will present a computer slide story showing how volunteers work to “Keep the fires small,” protecting our valley from devastating fire destruction.

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Smoke From Aspen Fire Blankets Area

EASTERN MADERA COUNTY – Residents in the mountain area woke to the smell of smoke, and a haze blanketing everything as far away as Coarsegold. The source of the smoke is the Aspen Fire, burning in the Kaiser Peak area between Mammoth Pool and Huntington Lake, on the east side of the San Joaquin River canyon.

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Artist Reception At Wawona Library

The Wawona Friends of the Bassett Memorial Library are hosting a reception for local artist, Eve Davidson on Sunday, July 28, 2013 at 7 p.m. in the library. A painter since her teen years, Eve is inspired by people and nature. For Eve, art is a visual story of things that gladden or worry the heart, an expression of self, ...

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Truck Tears Down Power Lines In YLP

YOSEMITE LAKES PARK – A cable TV line hanging too low over the road appears to be the cause of a road closure and power outage along North Dome in Yosemite Lakes Park this afternoon. At about 3 p.m. on Thursday, July 18, a truck belonging to YRC Freight out of Fresno, was headed up North Dome from Ranger Circle, ...

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Rotary Donates Sierra Ambulance To Mexico

OAKHURST – Local people behind Rotary International really put the “International” in the name when they met last week to dedicate and donate an ambulance to a town in Mexico that really needs it. Members of the Sierra Sunrise Rotary and Madera Sunrise Rotary gathered on July 1 for a send-off for SAS 46, formerly owned by Sierra Ambulance Service.

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North Fork Hosts Classic Car Cruise-In

NORTH FORK – Dozens of classic cars, hot rods and restored vehicles will be featured at the North Fork Collector Car Appreciation Day Cruise-In on Friday night, July 12, in downtown North Fork. All across the country, lovers of classic cars will be hosting events to commemorate this fourth annual celebration, and the North Fork Chamber of Commerce and Visitors ...

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