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Alert: Civil Air Patrol Exercise this Weekend

MOUNTAIN COMMUNITIES–The Madera County Sheriff’s Office would like to advise the public that the Civil Air Patrol division of the US Air Force will conduct an exercise in our area this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday (5/31-6/2). They will be based on Road 426 and fly over our mountain area and parts of Mariposa County. You can expect to see a ...

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Unlock Career Opportunities at the Next Step Job Faire

OAKHURST—Looking for a career? Need a job change? Just want to see what’s what in the world of employment? You won’t want to miss the Next Step Job Faire. Here’s your chance to explore careers in a multitude of fields. The faire, sponsored by Yosemite Adult School, takes place on Wednesday, May 15, 2024, at the Yosemite High School Athletic ...

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Alert: Law Enforcement Activity at Bass Lake

BASS LAKE–The Madera County Sheriff’s Department has issued an alert that The Madera County Sheriff’s Special Enforcement Team and Investigations Unit are currently serving a search warrant in the 40000 block of Saddleback Road in Bass Lake. Please use caution while law enforcement personnel are in the area. We will update this article when more information is available.

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The Future of Safety: Madera Sheriff’s New App

MADERA COUNTY–Madera County Sheriff Tyson Pogue is excited to announce the release of a custom smartphone application. The app will serve as an innovative way for the Sheriff’s Office to connect with Madera County residents and visitors, providing information quickly and efficiently to anyone with a smartphone. In just a few clicks, users can access features such as: ● Sheriff’s ...

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Alert: Law Enforcement Activity in Oakhurst

OAKHURST–Shortly after 7:30 am this morning, April 4, 2024, The Madera County Sheriff’s Office issued an alert stating they were involved in law enforcement activity near Oakhurst. The alert stated, “The Madera Sheriff’s Office is currently assisting the Office of Homeland Security with a search warrant in the 30000 block of Road 425B in Oakhurst.” They continued, “There is no ...

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Madera County Sheriff Launches Service Update Messaging

MADERA COUNTY–The Madera County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) is pleased to announce it will be introducing a new messaging service to better communicate with and serve people needing law enforcement or emergency services. MCSO is partnering with Versaterm Public Safety to utilize SPIDR Tech, a digital customer service engagement tool. The tools design is to keep crime victims, reporting parties, and ...

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Noma Resort: Hidden Oasis on Yosemite’s Doorstep – Part 2

NORTH FORK—This article is a continuation of last week’s “Noma Resort: Hidden Oasis on Yosemite’s Doorstep.”   Noma Resort sits near the entrance to the Sierra Vista Scenic Byway, at the historic apple orchard near Clearwater Fire Station. It’s one of the loveliest areas of the Byway, especially since the devastating forest fires of the last several years. The Leyva Brothers, ...

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Madera County Elections Office Prepares for Storm & Voting

MADERA COUNTY–After consulting with Madera County Office of Emergency Services and the National Weather Service, the Madera County Registrar of Voters, Rebecca Martinez, is preparing for extreme weather in the Eastern Madera County areas that could interrupt voting over the weekend and week. “Voting by mail is still the most efficient, secure and safe way to vote,” explained Martinez.  “In ...

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Ahwahnee Resident Publishes First Book

AHWAHNEE—Ahwahnee resident Michael Decker has just published his first novel entitled A Fitting Epitaph. That alone is reason for applause. Even more, he did it at 82 years of age. Michael first wrote A Fitting Epitaph in the 1970’s during the time when he worked as a journeyman typographer while raising his family in the San Francisco Bay Area. He ...

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Atmospheric River Set to Hit Us Hard

MOUNTAIN COMMUNITIES—The National Weather Service Hanford Office is predicting a powerful atmospheric river driven storm will bring strong and damaging winds, excessive rainfall, and up to 6 feet of new snow to our communities over the next few days. A Wind Advisory for the San Joaquin Valley, Sierra Foothills, and the Coastal Range will begin tonight (Saturday, February 3) at ...

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