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  • NEWS

    Chamber appreciates its members at annual dinner

    Along with many area business owners, sheriff candidates Jay Varney and Michael Salvador, and District Attorney candidate David Linn, who is running against incumbent Michael Keitz, attended the third annual summer membership meeting, sponsored by the Oakhurst Area Chamber of Commerce last Thursday...

  • FEATURES

    New Beginning

    Like all schools in the foothill and Mountain Area, Yosemite High School opened Monday with an enthusiastic staff and eager students.

  • EDUCATION

    Chawanakee Unified welcomes eight new teachers

    Chawanakee Unified School District maintenance crews were vigorously preparing campuses last week in preparation for Monday's opening day of classes.

  • NEWS

    CASA seeks Mountain Area volunteers

    Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Madera County is in need of Mountain Area volunteers to advocate and speak for the best interests of abused and neglected children.

  • FEATURES

    Back to Basics

  • NEWS

    Abandoned campfire cause of French Fire

    An investigation has concluded that an abandoned campfire near the Rock Creek Campground was the cause of the French Fire on the Bass Lake Ranger District of the Sierra National Forest.

  • NEWS

    End of summer finale for Oakhurst Library programs

    With summer coming quickly to a close and the school year fast approaching, the Oakhurst Library 2014 Summer program officially came to an end last week when the winning readers and artists were announced.

  • FEATURES

    Savoring the American flavor

    Thirty-two Chinese students had the opportunity to experience a small taste of American life — Oakhurst style — for two weeks last month, thanks to the Sierra HomeStay program.

  • NEWS

    Collectible cars — waxed, primed and ready to shine

    Within 30 minutes, Ryan (9) and Lauren Buckles (11), along with Annie (8) and Avery (11) Fie had checked-out the collectibles and had picked their favorites — one of which just happened to belong to the event coordinator, Dave Wolin — a 2012 Corvette with the hood covered with expertly...

  • EDUCATION

    Kopp takes second in finals

    For recently graduated Minarets senior Mikayla Kopp, who just turned 18, it has been a hectic year. She was not only busy with academics, extra-curricular senior activities, and planning her future post high school, but has competed in the 77th annual Lions Club Student Speakers Competition since...

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