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National Park Service Celebrates 98 Years

YOSEMITE – Entrance fees in Yosemite National Park will be waived for all park visitors on Monday, Aug. 25, in celebration of Founder’s Day, the birthday of the National Park Service (NPS). This year, the NPS will be celebrating its 98th birthday, and Yosemite’s superintendent would like to invite everyone to visit the splendor in their own back yard.

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Family Fun Day At Coulterville Park

COULTERVILLE — Mariposa Safe Families, Inc. is gearing up for another free family fun fair at the Coulterville Park. On Saturday, June 15, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., the north county is in for a treat as businesses and organizations come together for a day full of fun, education, resources, food, games and prizes.

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National Weather Service Issues High Wind Warning

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HANFORD — The National Weather Service Hanford Office has issued a Wind Advisory and High Wind Warning for areas of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Yosemite National Park and the surrounding foothills beginning Friday morning and continuing until Saturday afternoon. This has people’s attention considering it was one year ago almost to the day that our communities experienced a highly destructive Mono Wind ...

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Hiking Around Ahwahnee Hills Regional Park With Fannie

Fannie the Corgi led the way as we took a short fall hike looping our way around the trails and hills at Ahwahnee Hills Regional Park, watching the fog lift and roll onward. Where: Ahwahnee Hills Regional ParkDistance: 3.40 Miles (more or less, depending on how far you wish to go)Difficulty: Easy to ModerateElevation Range: 2,286’– 2,625′Elevation Gain: 359′Date: November ...

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Health and Human Services Alumni Honored at Hero Awards

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FRESNO STATE — The College of Health and Human Services at Fresno State will celebrate 10 individuals for their contributions to the community during the 11th annual Health and Human Services Hero Awards, which will be held virtually at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 18, via Zoom. The awards recognize those making a difference in the fields of health and ...

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Special Weather Statement from US National Weather Service

Mountain Communities – Strong thunderstorms will impact portions of south central Mariposa, southeastern Madera, eastern Merced and central Fresno Counties through 1:45 PM PDT. At 1:05 PM PDT, Doppler radar was tracking strong thunderstorms along a line extending from Oakhurst to 9 miles southwest of Raisin City. Movement was east at 25 mph. Radar indicated pea size hail. IMPACT…Minor damage ...

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How Art Shapes Our Lives: Apple Park

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By Sal Maccarone During the years 1969-72 while first attending college, I worked as a manager for a new restaurant called, “The Red Coach.” It was on the corner of Wolfe and Homestead roads in Cupertino, CA. Caltrans had just recently completed work on a stretch of Hwy 280 from San Jose through Sunnyvale, and they had installed an interchange ...

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Forest Service Ending Regional Closure Order Two Days Early

VALLEJO, Calif., — Sept. 14, 2021. The USDA Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region will end the regional closure order affecting National Forests in California at 11:59 pm on Wednesday, Sept. 15, two days prior to the original end date of Sept. 17. However, forest-wide closures will remain in place and be extended until midnight on September 22nd on the Los Padres, ...

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Oakhurst Fall Festival Is Back at Oakhurst Community Park–Bigger and Better than Ever

OAKHURST – Entering its 28th season, the Oakhurst Fall Festival, a “small-town fair,” offers fun, food, a Ferris wheel and much, much more. Taking place the second weekend of October–this year October 8, 9 and 10–the Oakhurst Fall Festival is the largest event in Eastern Madera County and brings together a variety of carnival rides, food booths, specialty vendors, a ...

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Yosemite National Park is OPEN and Not Impacted by the National Forest Closure

Yosemite – Yes, Yosemite National Park is OPEN! The Bureau of Land Management areas, all highways (unless closed for other reasons), state parks, and county/city parks, hotels, motels and vacation rentals on National Forest land are also open. What ARE CLOSED are National Forest campgrounds, recreation areas, hiking trails and National Forest roads. (National Forests are shown below in light green in this ...

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