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Camarena Health Comes To Oakhurst

Camarena Health, the largest provider of primary care services in Madera County, is coming to Oakhurst, bringing local jobs, and providing another choice for health care in the mountain area. They will be holding a Job and Health Fair in their new location in the Sierra Star parking lot, former home of Fullmer’s Appliances at 49185 Road 426, on Saturday, ...

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The History of Raymond

Raymond, California looks as it has for over 100 years. Fewer buildings exist due to many fires over time and the main road through town is paved, but a visitor can still get food in the 1890 General Store or have a beverage in the 1891 Shaw Brothers’ General Merchandise store, which is now a bar called the Frontier. Raymond ...

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The History of Oakhurst

Located at the southern end of California’s Gold Rush Country, the town of Oakhurst is a busy hub at the intersection of Highway 41 and the historic Golden Chain Highway 49. Oakhurst began as a mountain community known as Fresno Flats. It was not a gold mining town, but rather, provided goods and services for the miners, farmers, lumberjacks and ...

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The History of North Fork

Sheltered by the vast Sierra Nevada mountain range and at the exact center of California, North Fork is a little town with a big heart. This amiable mountain village is home to artisans, writers, innovators and business folks, the hearty descendants of Mono Indians and logging and ranching families. .Residents include families who have lived here for generations, retirees who ...

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The History of Fish Camp

Just outside of the South entrance to Yosemite National Park at 5602 ft elevation is the quiet town of Fish Camp. The 2010 census states that there are only 59 people living there. But this sleepy little town certainly does play host to an immense number of guests. As you might expect, because of its proximity to the park, thousands ...

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The History of Coarsegold

Coarsegold is a town just bustin’ with Old West history and character. Cradled in the Sierra Foothills, about 7 miles south of Oakhurst, Coarsegold stretches along Highway 41 for several miles. Originally known as Coarse Gold Gulch, its name comes from the large gold nuggets which were discovered in the creeks that wind through the hills surrounding the town. This ...

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The History of Ahwahnee

Ahwahnee is a small, unincorporated rural town about five miles northwest of Oakhurst on Highway 49. Situated at the southern end of California’s Gold Rush Country, Ahwahnee was first populated by immigrants who set about providing the miners with essential goods and services needed in their pursuit of gold.

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Yosemite Summer Art & Theater Programs

Yosemite Conservancy Unveils New Summer Art and Theater ProgramsFor All Ages in Yosemite National Park Yosemite Conservancy has unveiled an exciting summer line up of new art and theater programs for all ages in Yosemite National Park. “Art and theater programs create memories of Yosemite that will last a lifetime by connecting children, young people and adults to the park, ...

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Children's Museum of the Sierra

Located in Oakhurst, California, 24 miles south of the entrance to Yosemite National Park, is the latest “fascination station.” The 4,000 square-foot museum is packed with a variety of activities to occupy the hands and minds of young people of all ages.

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