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Cowboy Up For The Coarsegold Rodeo

COARSEGOLD – This is where spurs meet sparkles. The 61st annual Coarsegold Rodeo returns to Bohna Arena with Heritage Day on Friday, May 3, and professional rodeo action on Saturday and Sunday, May 4 and 5. It’s an action-packed, family-friendly weekend event that “brings back the old days of rodeo, and the guests and the competitors really appreciate that,” says ...

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Ladies Of The Lake Swap Meet Saturday

COARSEGOLD – Do some thrifty shopping this weekend at the Yosemite Lakes Park (YLP) Ladies of the Lakes annual Swap Meet, Saturday, Apr. 27 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Swap Meet will be in the parking lot of the YLP Clubhouse on Clubhouse Drive, just off Yosemite Springs Parkway in YLP. The public is invited to attend and ...

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Wawona Prescribed Fire Mop-Up Underway

YOSEMITE – Yosemite National Park firefighters conducted two days of ignition operations and completed the 150 acre Wawona Northwest Segment B Prescribed Fire Monday evening, Apr. 22. Firefighters have begun mop-up activities to secure the fire perimeter. Those actions may include burning out of interior islands and pockets of unburned fuel that could flare up and threaten existing fire perimeter ...

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Sierra Point Hike

Ansel Adams took some of his first pictures at Sierra Point. The trail was wiped out by a rockslide in the 1970s and is no longer an official trail. It is a special place where you can see 4 of Yosemite’s 5 major waterfalls: Vernal and Nevada Falls, Ililouette Fall, and Upper and Lower Yosemite Falls at the same time. ...

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Meet the "Magnificent" Musicians; Kids Free!

MARIPOSA – The Mariposa Symphony Orchestra’s Apr. 27 and 28 Spring Concerts in Mariposa and Yosemite will offer two very accomplished guests: Violinist Ann Miller and Cellist Ira Lehn. Described by MSO Founder/Conductor Les Marsden as “magnificent” musicians, one is well-known to Mariposa audiences and the other will make her area premiere with the orchestra.

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South Gate Brewing Keeps It Local

OAKHURST – A new business in town always creates a buzz among prospective patrons who are anxious to sample the fare. In the case of South Gate Brewing Company, it also creates opportunities for other local businesses that are called upon to help make things happen. “We have lots of local contractors working on this project,” say owners Casey and ...

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Grizzly Camping in Southeast Alaska

We were in the Southeast Alaska town of Haines on the final leg of our Alaskan journey. We had been driven out of the far North by freezing storms and car trouble, and had a few days to kill before we would board a ferry headed South.

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Leave Yosemite The Way It Is

YOSEMITE – As the deadline for comment on the Merced River Plan approaches, concerned citizens are voicing their opinions with letters to the Park Superintendent. The comment period ends on Thursday, Apr. 18. Here is a comprehensive breakdown some of the concerns expressed by Wendy Brown-Barry and Kevin D. Barry in their letter to Don Neubacher.

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Passengers Injured As Shuttle Veers Off Highway 41

SUGAR PINE – A southbound shuttle bus transporting 16 passengers from Yosemite National Park veered off the roadway and over the embankment just north of the Sugar Pine turnoff on Highway 41. The driver, Changefeng Liu, of Freemont, was traveling at speeds too fast for the mountain road, and lost control as he came around a tight corner, says CHP ...

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Wawona Prescribed Fire Rescheduled

YOSEMITE – Yosemite National Park Fire Managers have rescheduled a prescribed burn in the Wawona area for Monday, Apr. 15. The burn, originally scheduled for the beginning of April, was postponed because of wet conditions. Ignition of the burn is dependent on weather and moisture levels. The burn area is located near the community of Wawona. The total prescribed burn ...

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