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A Golden Day Of Prospecting

MARIPOSA – When a California Gold Country couple found a stash of pristine old coins while dog-walking on their nearly bankrupt property, word spread faster than they could say “Eureka!” Dubbed the “Saddle Ridge Hoard” for the space on the couple’s land where the dirt-crusted fortune was accidentally discovered in rusty cans, experts estimate the find to be the most ...

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Friends Of The Park Return

OAKHURST – For 15 months in 2012-2013, Flint Tompkins and other volunteers operating as Friends of the Park (FOTP) set up shop regularly at the entrance to Oakhurst Community Park, welcoming visitors and helping to create a safe, friendly atmosphere. When FOTP announced last summer they would no longer staff the park due to growing concerns over safety, community members ...

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8.5 Tips for Selling Your Home

So you’ve decided to sell your home. Great! Here are 8.5 tips to help you through what comes next: the selling process. 1. Plan ahead. The sooner you get started on those small house projects, the better. You’d be surprised at how much time they will take. When you put your house on the market, you want it to be ...

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Horses Ignite Neighborhood Passion

COARSEGOLD – A group of Coarsegold residents sounded the alarm last week with Madera County Animal Services in what they say is an effort to save a group of horses from inhumane conditions. Neighbors who live in the area where the five horses have been pastured are concerned that the animals are being neglected and not fed regularly by the ...

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CHP Sergeant Moves On To Life's Next Chapter

MADERA COUNTY – After 30 years of service to the California Highway Patrol, Sergeant Ed Greene is retiring to do, as he puts it, “anything I feel like.” Dec. 30 will be the last day on duty for the 52-year-old veteran officer in the Oakhurst division, where he has served since transferring from Mariposa in 2009.

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Sometimes You Get Mermaids

Last Saturday, we set out in search of adventure, well aware of the weather conditions. The night before, Mother Nature had dumped a load on the Mother Lode, and just about every foot of hill between us and our destination was loosely draped in snow. Most people had the good sense to stay in and admire the view – an ...

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The Future Of The Oakhurst Community Park

OAKHURST — It was hard to tell exactly how many people poured into Oahurst Community Park on Thursday, Sept. 19 in the early evening, mostly because half of the population was pint-sized, running busily to and fro. Still, bystanders estimated a crowd of 100 – 150 people had gathered on a school night to hang out in the park and ...

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Solutions Sought For Oakhurst Park Issues

OAKHURST — The meeting room at the Yosemite Gateway Association of Realtors was packed on Wednesday night, Sept. 11, even on short notice as nearly 50 people showed up to consider options for making Oakhurst Community Park safe for families. People who were described as “vagrants” have become an issue for families wanting to spend time in the park, and ...

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Loved Ones Hold Vigil For Token Adams

BASS LAKE – As day seven drew to a close in the search for missing firefighter Token Adams, friends and family gathered on the shore of Bass Lake last night to share stories and send up prayers for his safe return. Over 20 people responded to Facebook invitations and fliers created by childhood friends Brenda Standley and Stacie Grogan. “I ...

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