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    Judge rules on BIA decision

    On Tuesday, April 15, the Interior Board of Indian Appeals denied a motion to place the 2010 elected tribal council as acting tribal council of the Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi Indians in regards to government relations.


    Olympic Hope

    When Minarets seniors Hailey Zieglar and Analiese Bayt were informed of their requirement to complete a senior legacy project for graduation from Minarets High School in O'Neals they had little concept of what they wanted to do. It wasn't until Ziegler's self-appointed adviser Gege Drozen — ...

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    Teaching dollars makes cents

    For many Americans, financial woes are the biggest stress factors in their lives, and in many cases are the cause of poor health, insomnia and even marital problems.


    Friends in the Park

    It's been more than five months since Friends in the Park have provided their services at the Oakhurst Community Park. Since their disbursement in August the citizens of the community have eagerly voiced their concerns over the importance of keeping the park a community friendly place.


    YHS teacher undergoes sex change

    Gary Sconce, 56, has been an award-winning science and multi-media teacher at Yosemite High School for more than 20 years, but when he returns to campus on April 22 after spring break, he will be totally transformed from Gary Sconce to Karen Scot.


    Good turn-out for district attorney debate

    The debate between incumbent Madera County District Attorney Michael Keitz and challengers Miranda Neal and David Linn was held last Friday evening at the Oakhurst Community Center before nearly 150 interested citizens. The good turn-out, despite a heavy rainfall, showed people want to learn more...


    Boys end season with 50-42 loss

    The Yosemite High Badgers basketball team (5-20, 3-7 NSL) finished off a disappointing season with a close 50-42 loss to the Kerman Lions (12-11, 7-3 NSL), last Friday.


    Up to 30,000x

    The students at Glacier Home School Charter and Mountain Home School Charter got a big surprise last week when Hitachi High Technologies America lent the school one of its highly sophisticated $70,000 microscopes for its science classes.


    Glacier does the robot

    With technology changing almost daily, Glacier Home School Charter continues to arm its students with the skills necessary to succeed in today's world.


    Indian Affairs to recognize 2010 council

    Those awaiting crucial funding from the Picayune Rancheria of Chukchansi Indians received good news last week, although possibly temporary, from the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

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