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Tom Wheeler To Hold Town Hall Meeting in Ahwahnee

Supervisor Tom Wheeler will be holding a Town Hall Meeting tonight in Ahwahnee from 6-8 p.m. at the Wasuma Union Elementary School Cafeteria, 43109 Hwy 49. Discussion topics will include: – Update on the proposed Eastern Madera County SPCA facility across from Ahwahnee Park – Update on the Madera County 2012-13 Budget – Update on the State Rural Fire Fee ...

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California Seeks Relief From "No Child Left Behind"

California Officially Files Waiver Seeking Relief From ‘No Child Left Behind’ Mandates SACRAMENTO—Supported by many of California’s leading educators and school advocates, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson and State Board of Education (SBE) President Michael Kirst today officially submitted California’s request to set aside specified requirements of Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), also known as ‘No Child ...

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The North Fork History Group

Gathering, Preserving and Sharing the History of a Mountain Community The North Fork History Group (NFHG) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit membership organization incorporated in 2002 by community members who saw a need to preserve what was eroding away in the mountains, hills and forests. They began gathering, preserving and sharing the history of North Fork and the surrounding communities with ...

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Flag Day Celebrated In Oakhurst

Somebody actually stole the flag from the flag pole in Oakhurst Community park, but that didn’t dampen the celebration at National Flag Day 2012. The Fourth of July was traditionally celebrated as America’s birthday, but the idea of an annual day specifically celebrating the Flag is believed to have first originated in 1885.

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Cruisin' for Critters Poker Run

The Cruisin’ For Critters event was held Saturday at Oakhurst Community Park to support Honorary Mayor candidate John K. Burton, who is running on behalf of the Eastern Madera County SPCA. John and his wife moved to Oakhurst 10 years ago after he retired from the City of Thousand Oaks. Being too young to actually retire, John opened “John K. ...

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Railroad To Host Fundraiser For Children's Museum

The popular Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad is hosting a special fundraiser on Sunday, June 24 to help raise money for the Children’s Museum of the Sierra in Oakhurst. “We’re happy to help out the other museums in the area,” said Max Stauffer, owner of the historic railroad which also includes the Thornberry Museum showcasing the history of the region.

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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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