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Return Of The Bass Lake Classic Triathlon

BASS LAKE – Preparations are under way now for the fourth annual Bass Lake Classic Triathlon on Saturday, May 31. Athletes will begin arriving at The Pines Village at approximately 6 a.m., with the race set to begin at 7:30. Organizers anticipate an end-time of 2 p.m. and staging is expected to be torn down by 4:00.

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Relay For Life Back Where It All Began

OAKHURST – Our local Eastern Madera County Relay for Life to benefit the American Cancer Society returns to Yosemite High School this year and it’s shaping up to be a great event. The popular annual 24 hour fundraiser is set for this Saturday, May 17, for the first time on the contemporary YHS track.

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Relay For Life Is Good For Carma

COARSEGOLD – On a sunny morning a little girl sits in a little chair, watching Disney cartoons and slowly nibbling a raisin bagel. She wears a fancy dress and complains when her hair is brushed. Carefully walking around the coffee table, barefoot in her tidy home, she smiles shyly for the stranger, at first.

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Town Hall Meeting On Arson Investigation

COARSEGOLD – District Attorney Michael Keitz will hold a Town Hall meeting to discuss with residents the investigation and prosecution of the recently concluded arson case. Two Coarsegold residents, Kenneth Jackson and Alice Waterman, were found guilty on Thursday, May 8, of 27 counts of arson committed during May and June of 2013.

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Young Mariposans: Start Composing

MARIPOSA COUNTY – Who hasn’t daydreamed of writing music – at the most humble level, of writing a pop song (perhaps) for a singer and a small band? Or for the more ambitious, a brief piece for stringed instruments or small chamber group? Or for the truly huge dreamers: of writing a work of true, full-blown orchestral art and having ...

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An Exceptionally Good Ride Was Had By All

COARSEGOLD – The Coarsegold Exceptional Kids Rodeo, held before main rodeo action on Saturday, May 3, enjoyed the largest turnout of participants on record. Families in the special needs community were invited to attend the program that enables special needs “exceptional kids” of all ages to take part in rodeo-themed games and activities.

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Badgers Youth Football Plans Chili Cook-Off

OAKHURST – Yosemite Badgers Youth Football players, parents and coaches are trying something new this year and they’re thinking it will be really, really hot. The community is invited to join the Badgers for their “1st Annual Chili Cook-Off,” slated for Saturday, May 17 at the Oakhurst Community Center.

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Experience Yosemite Through Austrian Students' Photographs

YOSEMITE – Nineteen students of the Faculty of Fine Arts / Photography from the University of Applied Arts Vienna, Austria, have traveled to Wawona to realize photographic art projects inspired by a two-week visit to Yosemite National Park. Their photographic expedition culminates this Friday, May 9, at 6 p.m. with a 23-hour art exhibition at The Redwoods in Yosemite, Wawona, ...

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Coarsegold Rodeo Family Photo Album

Photographs courtesy of Tammi Kudra Edmonds with story by Rodeo Committee VP Jill Satterfield COARSEGOLD – The Coarsegold Rodeo was a great success this year. As I look back over this year I can’t help but feel gratitude toward the many wonderful people that I have had the pleasure to meet and work with. This is my first year as ...

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Players Square Off In Human Chess Match

NORTH FORK – Never let it be said that the folks in North Fork aren’t a creative lot. They will soon have a unique display of playful creativity, a chess match using human beings as pieces. The match will be held from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Saturday, May 24, at the Mill Site. The game is being organized ...

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