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Come Out For Star Gazing At The North Fork Rec Center

NORTH FORK – The Friends of the North Fork Library, in collaboration with the Central Valley Astronomers Club, invite the community to a Star Party sky viewing on Wednesday, July 18, at the North Fork Recreation Center starting at 8:30 p.m. This is a free family event for all to enjoy. Picnic blankets, camping chairs and flashlights are encouraged. The ...

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Wrong-Way Driver Causes Crash In North Fork, Arrested For DUI

NORTH FORK – A driver headed down the hill into South Fork apparently did so in the wrong lane, crashed into an oncoming car, and was arrested for driving under the influence. Just after 9:30 p.m., Jan Orosco, 56, of North Fork, was westbound on Road 225 just past Cascadel Road (Road 223) in a 1998 Ford F150, but was ...

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Come Out For Star Gazing At The North Fork Rec Center

NORTH FORK – The Friends of the North Fork Library, in collaboration with the Central Valley Astronomers Club, invite the community to a Star Party sky viewing on Wednesday, July 18, at the North Fork Recreation Center starting at 8:30 p.m. This is a free family event for all to enjoy. Picnic blankets, camping chairs and flashlights are encouraged. The ...

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“Grandmother’s Stubborn Nature Saved You From Murder Charges”

BASS LAKE – Two men who pleaded no contest in the robbery and beating of a 77-year-old woman and her disabled adult son in the Bass Lake Annex in November 2017 were sentenced today in Bass Lake Superior Court. But not before the victim’s granddaughter had her opportunity to speak about the family’s suffering since the horrific crime. Ray Coleman, ...

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School Fire In North Fork Now 90 Percent Contained

NORTH FORK – The School Fire, burning on the northeast corner of the intersection at Roads 274 and 225, is now 90 percent contained. The fire was reported at 5:24 p.m. yesterday afternoon and firefighters had stopped the forward progress by 6:47 p.m at just over 12 acres. No structures were lost or damaged, and no injuries reported. The fire ...

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Roadways Reopen As Firefighters Gain Upper Hand On School Fire

NORTH FORK — Roads 274 and 225 in North Fork will reopen at 9 p.m. after a 3-hour closure to allow access to equipment and firefighters battling the School Fire. All mandatory evacuations have been lifted, according to the Sheriff’s Office. Road 230 in to the Rec Center will also reopen, but this is still an active fire, and heavy ...

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School Fire Burning In North Fork On Road 230

NORTH FORK — Firefighters are on scene of a fire burning on the northeast corner of Road 225 and Road 274 in North Fork. The fire was reported at 5:24 p.m., and has been dubbed the School Fire. The fire started on the top of the hill between Road 230 and Road 274, just north of Road 225 (see map ...

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Nate Hodges Takes Title Of Top Logger For The 10th Time

NORTH FORK – The summer heat didn’t dampen enthusiasm as the crowds turned out to enjoy the 59th annual Loggers Jamboree this weekend at the North Fork Rec Center. Nate Hodges captured the title of Top Logger for the 10th time, taking first place in five of the ten events in which he competed. Nate won the title four years ...

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Royalty Crowned At North Fork Loggers Jamboree

NORTH FORK – The 2018 Mid-Sierra Loggers Jamboree has a new royal court. After Saturday’s parade through North Fork, the community gathered at the Town Hall at 6 p.m. for a tri-tip dinner and the crowning of Little Logger and Little Princess. Loggers Jamboree royalty contestants earn top spot by selling the most tickets ahead of the weekend’s events. The ...

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Loggers Jamboree At North Fork Rec Center This Weekend

NORTH FORK – The annual Mid-Sierra Loggers Jamboree returns to the North Fork Rec Center this weekend, July 7 and 8. Sponsored by the North Fork Boosters, this is the 59th year for this much-anticipated event, paying tribute to the loggers of times past and those who are still keeping the tradition alive today. “Participants in the Jamboree help us ...

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