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Grand Opening Party At Oakhurst Feed

OAKHURST – When the doors were closed at Oakhurst Feed and Pet Supply on Sept. 15, there was little warning for patrons and employees that the store, which has been around for about 50 years, was going out of business. But then came good news for those who frequent the shop – it was reopened under new owners who are ...

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Emergency Training Can Help Save A Life, Are You Prepared?

OAKHURST – If a friend or family member were to suffer a heart attack, would you be able to help save their life, or stand by helplessly not knowing what to do? Get your emergency training now with expert instructors and state-of-the-art equipment so you’ll be prepared to help in time of need. Through Mountain Medical, Neil and Linda Cuthbert ...

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Supervisors Vote 4-0 For Tax Incentive For Oakhurst Conference Center

OAKHURST – The Oakhurst Community Center was packed Tuesday evening as residents turned out for a public hearing on the proposed 50 percent Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) incentive for a Conference Center and Team Building Facility planned near the Hounds Tooth Inn on the north end of Oakhurst. The meeting was an “On the Road” regular meeting of the Madera ...

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Ask The Developer About Proposed Oakhurst Conference Center

OAKHURST – Eastern Madera County could be the site of a new Conference Center and Team Building facility in Oakhurst if the Board of Supervisors agrees to a TOT rebate to the developers, Yosemite Resort, LLC. Gautam Patel, who heads up the project, will be at the visitor center (Visit Yosemite/Madera County) in Oakhurst at 40343 Highway 41 from 8:30 ...

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Developer Talks About Proposed Conference Center In Oakhurst

OAKHURST – What would the building of a conference center and team building facility in Oakhurst mean to the economy of Eastern Madera County? And are the citizens and the Board of Supervisors amenable to a 50 percent revenue sharing agreement on the Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) in order to make it happen? Those questions will be addressed at a ...

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The Firefall Gallery Opens In Oakhurst

OAKHURST – There’s a new gallery in Oakhurst – The Firefall Gallery located at 40680 Highway 41, next to the bicycle shop. Firefall Gallery, named after the iconic event which took place on summer evenings in Yosemite until 1968, emphasizes Yosemite landscape and wildlife photography. The gallery also features etchings, pastels, watercolors, sculpture, jewelry, fiber art and an extensive selection ...

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Don Your Best Disney Costume For Public Coffee House Event

NORTH FORK – Public Coffee House in North Fork is holding Disney Tribute on Saturday, Sept. 22, from 3:30 to 6 p.m. Dress up as your favorite Disney character and join in on some Disney games. There will be a Best Costume Contest and the winner will receive $50. Also, the folks at PCH invite the community to help support ...

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Age And Beauty Meet At Crossroads Recycled Lumber

NORTH FORK — For some of us, the sight of old wood triggers a very specific response: ahhh. Not plywood languishing roadside, or firewood stacked outside the house. We’re talking about architectural wood — the kind of aged paneling that warms like an embrace when you enter the room, for instance, or a marked wooden floor that’s so solid you ...

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Fall Is The Perfect Time For An Adventure At The Tenaya Lodge

FISH CAMP — Mother nature may have canceled summer plans in Yosemite, but the park is back open and Tenaya Lodge, recent winner of Sunset Magazine’s 2018 Travel Awards for Best Park Classic hotel, has all the makings for a big fall getaway. Just minutes from the newly renovated Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias, Tenaya’s fall season includes everything from ...

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