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Laura Grace Wilkinson

At the age of 65, Laura Grace Wilkinson passed away, Monday Dec. 3, with the love of her life kneeling by her side. Dale and Laura were married for 44 amazing years. Laura was born in San Rafael, California. At the age of ten, she and her family moved to Sun Valley, California. There Laura was very active with 4-H ...

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Mountain Area Warming Centers Are Open

MADERA COUNTY – The County of Madera has established three different Warming Centers in the mountain area, for those seeking comfortable sanctuary during times of extreme winter cold. In Oakhurst, the Sierra Senior Center, located at 49111 Cinder Lane, just behind the Oakhurst Community Center, will be open as a warming center Monday through Friday, from 10 a.m. to 1 ...

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Have A California Gold Rush Christmas

COLUMBIA – A trip back in time to Christmases of long ago is drawing revelers to Columbia State Historic Park. The Park is decorated for the Christmas season and will host a variety of events throughout the month of December. The Columbia City Hotel Restaurant will host the 30th Annual Victorian Feast from Dec. 14 through 16, beginning at 6 ...

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Christmas Tree Auction A Festive Success

BASS LAKE – The halls were decked and the trees trimmed in the most imaginative ways as the 11th Annual Christmas Tree Auction got underway in the Lakeside Room at the Pines Resort on Sunday, Dec. 2. Every year, this auction raises thousands of dollars for local charities, and gives everyone a chance to take home a beautifully decorated Christmas ...

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When Do You Need Chains In Yosemite?

Written by Dave Henderson, Park Ranger YOSEMITE – Winter is sneaking up on us and we all know the climate around here changes pretty fast. Greetings everyone from your friendly Yosemite Traffic Management Office! In anticipation of winter each year, I put out winter related information for new and seasoned employees alike. It’s always a good refresher to review and ...

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Christmas Dinner On A Grand Scale

Ahwahnee Hotel Presents 86th Yuletide Extravagance – Bracebridge Dinner Is Served YOSEMITE – The annual transformation is set to begin, as adventurous guests from around the world gather to attend the Bracebridge Dinner, celebrated annually at the Ahwahnee hotel since 1927. Beginning Dec. 13, trumpets will blare, voices lift in song and taste buds will tingle as the Bracebridge pageant ...

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Audubon Presentation Features Yosemite’s Sky Islands

The alpine zone at the crest of the Sierra Nevada is the highest-elevation ecosystem in California. Yosemite National Park has a large number of relatively flat, cold, windswept, unglaciated alpine summits that are possibly the oldest habitats in the region, having escaped the scouring action of glaciers by virtue of their great height. Because of their age and environmental extremes, ...

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If I Were A Thief, You Would Now Be A Victim

MADERA COUNTY – With less than two-dozen shopping days left to make this season merry and bright for family and friends, thieves are finding opportunities at every turn to relieve you of your holiday cheer. With the hustle and bustle of shopping, and the chaos of stores and parking lots, there are many times when just a moment of inattention ...

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New Postmaster Takes Oath In Oakhurst

OAKHURST – Postmasters and postal employees from all over the area turned out to celebrate the swearing in of Holly Baker as the new Postmaster at the Oakhurst Post Office on Friday, Nov 16. Baker was appointed Postmaster on Oct. 6, but this was her day for officially taking the oath of office.

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A Hallmark Ornaments Lover's Dream

Oakhurst, CA. – The local Hallmark store and ornament collectors donated over $600 worth of the popular decorations to the Children’s Museum of the Sierra for the annual Christmas Tree Auction. The donations came from Dave and Linda Dorsey, owners of Dorsey’s Hallmark in Oakhurst, as well as members of the H.O.L.I.D.A.Y.S. (How Ornament Lovers In Denial All Year Survive) ...

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