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North Fork Rancheria Bids Farewell To Kelly Michele Marshall

NORTH FORK – The Board of Directors of the Sierra Mono Museum announced recently that Kelly Michele Marshall, 56, passed away on Dec. 24, 2017 in her home. She was the wife of Jason Kaelii Marshall. They shared 24 years of marriage together. Marshall was long-time Sierra Mono Museum leader and distinguished North Fork Rancheria citizen. Kelly was born in ...

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Mammoth Fire Near North Fork Now 100 Percent Contained

NORTH FORK — The fire on Mammoth Pool Road, about 6 miles east of North Fork, is now 100 percent contained, according to Cal Fire. The fire started just after 2:30 p.m. today, and forced the closure of the roadway. The Mammoth Fire is estimated at about five acres, and crews are still on scene. Firefighters continue to strengthen containment ...

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Grace Community Church Vandalized At Christmas

NORTH FORK — It’s happened, yet again. Sometime between the afternoon of Christmas Eve on Sunday, Dec. 24 and Christmas morning, Monday, Dec. 25, the Senior Center at Grace Community Church was broken into and vandalized. Church Trustee Don Grove says the back door was pulled open and damaged, despite the presence of extra locks installed after a string of ...

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Slim’s Koffee Shak Is Closing Both Locations

OAKHURST — After nearly seven years in business, Slim’s Koffee Shak in North Fork is closing its doors at the end of business today. The Oakhurst location will also be closing today after a 2-1/2 year run in the Silver Creek Center. The shop in Mariposa closed about two months ago when the building was sold and the new owners ...

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Judge Rules On Competency Of North Fork Murder Suspect

BASS LAKE — Family members of Bonnie Hale, who was killed in North Fork on Dec. 17, 2016, fought to control their emotions as Judge Charles Wieland handed down his ruling in Bass Lake Superior Court this afternoon, as to whether the woman accused in her death is competent to stand trial for murder. Mary O’Keefe, now 64, was arrested ...

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Grace Community Church Invites All To Christmas Eve Lunch

NORTH FORK — Grace Community Church is hosting a Christmas Eve lunch for the North Fork community on Sunday, Dec. 24, at noon. Everyone is cordially invited. There will be a 10:30 a.m. worship service including the scripture’s story of Christmas, special music and favorite Christmas Carols. There will also be a special candle lighting ceremony. At noon, a Christmas ...

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Construction Project Delayed On Minarets Road

NORTH FORK – Sierra National Forest engineers recently awarded a contract to repair damage to Minarets Road, also known as Mammoth Pool Road and Forest Road 4S81. This construction project was scheduled to start today Monday Dec. 11, however, due to a delay in receiving construction materials, the contractor in coordination with Forest Engineers has rescheduled the start date. Minarets ...

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North Fork Boy Scout Christmas Tree Lot Sells Out

NORTH FORK — There is good news and bad news from the Scouts of Troop 357 in North Fork. The good news is that their Christmas Tree sale at the North Fork Library parking lot was a huge success. The bad news is that they had so many customers, they are now sold completely out. The Scouts had just two ...

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Hearing Delayed In Bass Lake Home Invasion And Assault Case

BASS LAKE — Two North Fork men arrested following a violent home invasion robbery in Bass Lake Annex on Nov. 18 appeared in Bass Lake Superior Court on Thursday, Dec. 7, for a scheduled preliminary hearing. Ray Coleman, who turned 24 on the day of his court appearance, and Alvin McDonald III, 18, are charged with attempted murder, strong-arm robbery, ...

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The History Mystery #59

NORTH FORK — One History Mystery leads to another. There was one comment on History Mystery #58, “What was the name of the school that Dorothy and Grover Whitener bought and used as their house.” A reader wrote that the school in the photo was torn down earlier, and Grover Whitener built the house in the photograph. Sue Whitener Parker, ...

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