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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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Yosemite Celebrates Outstanding Volunteers

YOSEMITE – Yosemite National Park conducted the third annual Yosemite Volunteer Awards Ceremony to recognize outstanding volunteers who have donated their time, talent, and skills to protect and preserve park resources and provide excellent service to park visitors. The ceremony was held on Saturday, Sept. 29, in Yosemite Valley.

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Wine & Chocolate Are Favorites At Oakhurst Fall Festival

The Annual Oakhurst Fall Festival is set for Oct. 13 and 14, and will be celebrating a pair of milestones by enhancing many of the offerings. In addition to being the 20th year for the Fall Festival, which merged with the Oakhurst Wine and Chocolate Festival several years ago, the event will continue to mark the community’s celebration of its ...

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Disturbance Call Lands 2 Mountain Area Men Behind Bars

OAKHURST – A call for service to handle a disturbance inside a building in Oakhurst ended with the arrest of two mountain area men – one wanted on a felony no bail warrant, the other later arrested by California Highway Patrol officers for DUI. Shane Jacob Casey, 19, of Oakhurst, and Adrian James Parker, 23, of Coarsegold were taken into ...

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Thieves Grab $2 Million Of Precious Minerals In Mariposa Robbery

CHP requests public’s assistance in catching the suspects – Thieves made off with approximately $2 million worth of precious minerals during a daring daytime robbery on Friday, Sept. 28, at the California State Mining and Mineral Museum at the Mariposa Fairgrounds. At about 4 p.m., at least two individuals entered the museum and made verbal threats to employees, according to ...

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Grizzly Century Bike Run This Saturday

Hundreds expected to hit the trail from the North Fork School NORTH FORK – The 20th annual Grizzly Century bike ride to promote the Sierra Vista National Scenic Byway wheels into town Saturday, Oct. 6, from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. The Grizzly ride promotes appreciation of the Scenic Byway, and benefits improvements and restoration on roads, highways and other ...

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Visitors Bureau Debuts New Digital Display Sign

OAKHURST – The Yosemite Sierra Visitors Bureau recently debuted their new digital display sign that was purchased through a cooperative agreement with Yosemite National Park. The new sign, which measures a little more than five feet tall and six feet wide, will be used to convey messages about road conditions, upcoming events and other important information.

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Additional Flu Shot Clinic Added To Mountain Area Schedule

Get The Flu Shot, Not The Flu The Madera County Public Health Department is offering Flu Vaccinations at various clinic sites throughout the county. With budget cuts affecting everything, there was only one clinic scheduled in the mountain area. But there has been an additional drive-through flu clinic added to the schedule in North Fork on Tuesday, Oct. 30, from ...

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