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Man Faces Life In Prison For Sexual Assault

MADERA — Victor Yslas, 32, of Fresno, was convicted on Oct. 16, of seven felony counts, including kidnaping, sexual assault and possession of pornographic photographs of a child under the age of 14, announced Madera County District Attorney Michael R. Keitz.

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Christmas Tree Auction Spreads Holiday Cheer To Local Charities

Boys & Girls Club announces 11th Annual Christmas Tree Live Auction partners OAKHURST — This year’s premiere holiday event, benefitting the Boys & Girls Club of Oakhurst and other local charities, will be held on Sunday Dec. 2, in Bass Lake Event Center’s Lake View Room. Doors open for the silent auction, raffle, hors d’oeuvres and complimentary champagne at 3 ...

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Mirror Lake Loop Hiking Trail Reopens

YOSEMITE — Yosemite National Park will reopen the Mirror Lake Loop hiking trail on Thursday, Oct. 18, at 5 p.m. The five mile loop that follows Tenaya Creek around Mirror Lake in Yosemite Valley has been closed since March 28, 2009 due to a large rockfall from Ahwiyah Point near Half Dome.

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YNP Utilizes New Methods to Study Great Gray Owls

YOSEMITE — Among the diversity of wildlife in Yosemite National Park, approximately 150 Great Gray Owls call the park home. This is approximately 65% of the Great Gray Owl population in the state of California. The Great Gray Owl is a California State Endangered Species and is a large-bodied raptor that is also found in Asia and Europe. However, research ...

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A Girl And Her Horse And The Rule Of Law

NORTH FORK — When Nikki Johnson brought home her new best friend, retired race horse Indiana Jones, she had no idea that it would spark such controversy in the neighborhood. The community of Cascadel Woods has been embroiled in a bit of an upset since “Indy” came to live at the home of Russ and Sandy Johnson. Their 11-year old ...

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Will Fish Camp Lose Its Post Office?

Does Fish Camp need a post office? If so, how many hours a day should it be open? The results of a recent survey of residents who use the Fish Camp Post Office will be shared by United States Postal Service (USPS) managers at a public meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 16, at 4:30 p.m., at the Tenaya Lodge in Fish ...

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Warming Communities One Coat At A Time

Written by Leigh Fisher Local Girl Scout coat drive helps area residents in need stay warm COARSEGOLD — The need has never been greater and it’s never been easier to make a difference in our mountain community. Here is your opportunity to make sure that nobody goes without such a basic necessity as a coat this winter. Coarsegold Girl Scout ...

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Give The Gift Of Life – Give Blood

All donors receive a free vintage T-shirt BASS LAKE – Everyone is encouraged to help save lives by donating blood when the bloodmobile from the Central California Blood Center comes to park outside Bass Lake Realty between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 26.

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Help Oakhurst Kids Have Their Fun and Learning, too

Sponsorships and donations are needed for Christmas Tree Auction – OAKHURST — The Boys & Girls Club of Oakhurst always needs a little more help to ensure that “great futures start here,” as their motto reads. Now that the children are back in school, anywhere from 60 to 100 students a day are using the club for its safe, supervised ...

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Lillian Lake Loop Hike

I found it! That elusive fall color that I have been searching for was not too far away and we had some beautiful high lakes thrown in as a bonus treat. On our hike this week we headed to the Ansel Adams Wilderness Area. We drove up Beasore Road near Bass Lake, also known as the Sierra Vista Scenic Byway, ...

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