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Multi-Vehicle Crash Blocks Highway 41 At Fast Tire

COARSEGOLD — A three-vehicle accident blocked Highway 41 this morning just south of Coarsegold in front of Fast Tire. Just before 10:30 a.m., John Glenos, 72, of North Fork was headed to Fast Tire, where he had just days ago, put four new tires on his Pontiac G6. Glenos was northbound on Highway 41, and says he put on his ...

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Driver Escapes Without Injuries In Road 400 Rollover Crash

COARSEGOLD – A Raymond woman walked away from a single-vehicle accident on Road 400 today, suffering only a few bruises after crashing her SUV off the side of the road. Just before 12:30 p.m., the 49-year-old driver was southbound on Road 400 just south of Road 415 when, for unknown reasons, she failed to negotiate a right-hand turn and crossed ...

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Coarsegold Arts & Crafts Fair

COARSEGOLD — The Spring Fling Handcrafted event is returning to the Coarsegold Community Center again this year on Saturday, Mar. 10 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The fair gives handcrafted exhibitors an opportunity to introduce and sell their products. Offerings include woodcrafters, handy home sewing, accessories, jewelers, soaps, crochet and more. Admission and parking are free. Vendors are invited ...

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DUI Arrest After Two-Vehicle Crash On Road 400

COARSEGOLD – An Ahwahnee man was taken into custody for suspicion of DUI this morning after a nearly head-on collision on Road 400. At about 9 a.m., CHP responded to reports of a two-vehicle crash just south of Yosemite Springs Parkway. According to CHP, Louis Trotter, 44, was southbound near Sandy Beach Lane in a 2003 Chevy pickup, when he ...

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Coarsegold Post Office To Close Lobby At Night Due To Vandalism

COARSEGOLD — Officials at the Coarsegold Post Office are sad to announce that due to ongoing vandalism, they will be closing the lobby overnight from now on. Brooke Weber, Office in Charge, tells SNO that in the early morning hours of Thursday, Mar. 1, vandals walked into the lobby and broke into 27 post office boxes. The incident was reportedly ...

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Multi-Vehicle Accident Blocks Highway 41 In Coarsegold

COARSEGOLD — A four-vehicle accident blocked both lanes of Highway 41 this evening for over an hour just south of Coarsegold. At about 6:41 p.m., reports came in to 911 of a crash near Coyote Hollow Lane. According to CHP on the scene, Hunter Smith, 20, of Coarsegold, was northbound in a Porsche Cayman S, and witnesses said he had ...

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The History Mystery #61

This photo was part of a collection that we recently received at the Coarsegold Historical Society. It says Melvin Place on the back so we know it was taken in Coarsegold, but we need help in identifying the three cowboys in the photo. (click photo to enlarge) Any information would be appreciated. Please comment below or email us at coarsegoldhistoricalsociety.com ...

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Coarsegold 4H Report: Favorite Foods Day — Hit Or Miss?

Submitted by Keiana Cramblett — COARSEGOLD — This month’s article is about one of the upcoming events in our 4H, Favorite Foods Day on January 20th, 2018 at Minarets High School. Favorite foods day is a competition where a 4-H member cooks anything they want and take it to compete against other members in the same category. The categories include ...

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Coarsegold Family Shocked By Diagnosis Of Fatal Brain Tumor

COARSEGOLD — When Jason Tipton went to the hospital on Wednesday for a headache that wouldn’t go away, he was totally unprepared for what doctors would tell him. After testing and a biopsy, Jason was delivered the shocking news that he has an aggressive brain tumor known as glioblastoma. The location of the tumor makes it inoperable. Jason is just ...

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Trailer Fire On Comstock Drive In Coarsegold

COARSEGOLD — Firefighters battled a structure fire in the pouring rain this evening on Comstock Drive in Coarsegold. Just after 8 p.m., reports came in of a trailer on fire at the very end of the cul-de-sac. The first engine on scene reported a 500 square foot trailer about 50 percent involved, with no other structures immediately threatened. By 9 ...

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