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  • NEWS

    Authorities bust 17-acre marijuana farm

    Just feet away from Highway 99, more than 20 Narcotic agents worked 18 hours in eradicating marijuana plants found growing in a 17-acre garden.

  • NEWS

    Body found in North Fork, arrest made

    North Fork man arrested for suspicion of murdering his brother

  • Z TIFFANY TUELL

    Wonderful Willow Creek

    No matter where Marcia Penner Freedman hiked, she just kept running into Willow Creek -- whether hiking around Bass Lake or at 6,500 feet in the Sierra National Forest. Questions about the creek and its affect on the area began popping into her mind, so s

  • Z TIFFANY TUELL

    Perseverance pays

    Thirteen years after a building fund was first established, the Oakhurst Branch Library's long dreamed of expansion is finally complete. A grand opening for the new 2,000 square-foot expansion will be held Wednesday, June 12 at the library, 49044 Civ

  • CARMEN GEORGE

    Two new principals named

    Yosemite Unified School District recently announced two new principals: Randy Seals for Yosemite High School and Cindy Simons for Rivergold Elementary School.

  • CARMEN GEORGE

    Stellar seniors

    Yosemite High School seniors recently completed their year-long senior projects, with 11 students awarded for outstanding projects during Tuesday's end of the year rally.

  • CARMEN GEORGE

    Two accidents near Bass Lake

    Two vehicle accidents within an hour of each other Saturday afternoon near Bass Lake caused major injuries to two local women.

  • Z TIFFANY TUELL

    'No negligence' in four carbon monoxide deaths

    A Madera County Superior Court jury found LaDonna and William DiFiore were not negligent in the deaths of four people who died of carbon monoxide poisoning during the late hours of Jan. 15, 2011, in an Oakhurst home. Family members of those who died were

  • Z TIFFANY TUELL

    Branches Books

    Talking about books is one of Anne Driscoll's favorite things to do, and something she will get to do on a daily basis now as the owner of Branches Books. The bookstore, located in Junction Plaza off Highway 41 in Oakhurst, is scheduled to open at 9

  • EDUCATION

    Nearly $65,000 awarded to Minarets seniors

    Nearly $65,000 was awarded to 28 graduating seniors at Minarets High School's Senior Scholarship Awards night last week. Scholarships, ranging from $150 to $10,000, were handed out by representatives from 43 Madera County groups and non-profit organi

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