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    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

  • 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

  • Z TIFFANY TUELL

    Swimming with the Sharks

    On a ferry ride to Alcatraz Island off the San Francisco Bay, Yosemite High School senior Shanelle Koellish, 17, leaped over the edge of the boat into the cold waters of the Pacific Ocean in the early morning hours of Sunday, May 19. Koellish was joined b

  • Z TIFFANY TUELL

    Soroptimists honor women striving to make a difference

    Last week Soroptimist International of the Sierras held their annual Make a Difference for Women Awards Recognition Program and five Mountain Area women were recognized for their contributions to the community. Those women were: Stefanie Martin, Christine

  • Z TIFFANY TUELL

    Strength and Courage

    Last weekend nearly 300 community members participated in the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life event at Wasuma Elementary School, and together they raised almost $54,000 for cancer research, awareness, and for those fighting against the disea

  • Z TIFFANY TUELL

    Positive business outlook for summer

    With Memorial Day Weekend upon us, the summer tourism season is about to hit full swing. Experts in the tourism industry seem to have a positive outlook for the season and are doing everything in their power to show the world that Yosemite, Oakhurst and o

  • EDUCATION

    Minarets students earn $10,000 scholarships

    After presenting in front of a panel of judges, Minarets High School seniors Daisy Allison, 18, and Jarred Crossley, 18, each took home a $10,000 Evelyn Ducoff Arts Scholarship to follow their dreams and pursue a career in art. Both students were formally

  • Z TIFFANY TUELL

    Home among the giants

    Home to Brenda Negley is living in the midst of towering Giant Sequoias every summer at Nelder Grove above Oakhurst

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