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The Far North

Chapter Three of our Alaska Adventure! We were at the halfway point of our month long journey from our home in Oakhurst, CA. We had driven the Alaska Highway and toured the Kenai Peninsula. Now we were headed North. We were camping in our car, an old Toyota 4-Runner. During the past 8 days, we traveled around the Southern part ...

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Madera Rotary Club Transforms Offices Into Family Space

MADERA — Thanks to the efforts of the Rotary Club of Madera and Danny Morris, deputy director of the Madera County Department of Social Services, two offices at Social Services have been transformed into a park-like oasis for children and parents who are being reunited. “The work that the Rotary Club of Madera did for the children and families served ...

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Off-Roaders Near North Fork Require Search & Rescue

NORTH FORK – It took three sheriff’s deputies and five Search & Rescue volunteers nearly six hours to rescue four people who found themselves stranded in unfamiliar terrain after veering off a designated trail while riding their Off Highway Vehicles (OHV). Nathan Kelly Brown, 37, of North Fork and Jacob Southers, 42, of Clovis, and two juveniles phoned 911 for ...

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Save The Past For The Future At Fresno Flats

OAKHURST – In the constant effort to maintain, operate and improve Fresno Flats Historic Village and Park and its Historical Research Library, Sierra Historic Sites Association relies largely on memberships and donations. Everyone is cordially invited to join Sierra Historic Sites Association (SHSA) to help support Fresno Flats Historic Village and Park this New Year by becoming a member.

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Rehabilitation Plans For Tioga Road

YOSEMITE – The National Park Service has announced plans to rehabilitate, restore and resurface approximately 41 miles of the Tioga Road. The Tioga Road, bounded on both sides by State Highway 120, and open seasonally, is a popular east-west crossing of the Sierra Nevada.

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Urgent Care Rumors Addressed

OAKHURST – There have been rumors around town that Urgent Care is closing. So we contacted Mary Lisa Russell, Senior Communications Specialist at Community Medical Centers, who sent us a statement from their Chief Executive Officer.

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The Bigger The Waterfall, The Better The Firefall

YOSEMITE – People were gathered around this time last year, waiting, talking and laughing – then the crowd began to settle down. We were amateurs among professionals, but no one seemed to mind, as a hush fell on the crowd looking out at Horsetail Fall. Colors began to change on the cliffs, as light played with water, and in the ...

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Bennettville to Spuller Lake Snow & Ice Hike

Almost a year ago, the Tioga Pass was still open and we could access a winter wonderland in the high country. The Tioga Pass is closed for the winter now, but I am revisiting another one of those hikes we made in December 2011 from the old ghost town and mining community of Bennettville, passing by frozen lakes and waterfalls ...

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Madera Meth Lab Raided, 6-Year Old Found In The Home

MADERA COUNTY –When agents raided a house on Road 29 near Madera on Thursday, they found a methamphetamine conversion lab inside, along with a six-year-old boy. Hector Mendoza Medina, 30, aka Javier Mendoza Medina, was taken into custody shortly before noon on Feb. 7, when Madera County Narcotic Enforcement Team (MADNET) agents, following a tip phoned into the MADNET hotline, ...

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