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  • CRIME

    Citizens talk safety and awareness

    Word spread quickly around the Mountain Area about a recent increase in break-ins. In response, on Tuesday, July 8, more than 120 concerned Mountain Area citizens eagerly attended a Chamber of Commerce Town Hall Safety and Awareness meeting at the Oakhurst Community Center to discuss the next course...

  • NEWS

    Lawsuit alleges bullying in sheriff's office

    A lawsuit filed by current Madera County Sheriff Deputy Ian Roth alleges years of harassment and misconduct from within the Madera County Sheriffs Office.

  • SPORTS

    Tribute to an industry

    Despite having a target on his back during this years Logger's Jamboree, on July 5, Nathan Hodges notched his fifth straight and seventh overall "All-Around Logger" title at the 55th Annual Loggers Jamboree in North Fork.

  • ALAN WILEMAN

    Rib Fest raises $14,000 for Oakhurst Community Center

    More than 200 community members attended Saturday's Rib Fest to enjoy more than 400 pounds of ribs and show their support for the Oakhurst Community Center. The annual fundraiser is OCC's sole fundraising event aimed at keeping the center up to date and available for those who wish to use it for...

  • EDUCATION

    Yosemite High graduates 160 students

    On Friday June 6, the Yosemite High School Class of 2014 took their final steps as Badgers and began preparation to enter the "real world."

  • ALAN WILEMAN

    Keitz and Linn will square off

    As of late Tuesday night, with only a 30% voter turnout, it seemed that Madera County was satisfied with some of it's current political figures and felt change was needed with others.

  • SPORTS

    Minarets seniors awarded $5,000 for SLE projects

    Each year, seniors at Minarets High School complete a Senior Legacy Experience — the Minarets version of the Senior Project. Students have a great deal of latitude and freedom on how they want to demonstrate their efforts to leave a legacy in the form of an organized school wide or community...

  • SPORTS

    Ruiz will fight at Chukchansi June 14

    Hometown favorite Anthony Ruiz will fight in the main event at the June 14 Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fights at Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino.

  • FEATURES

    No Veteran Dies Alone

    There are close to 22 million military veterans in the United States today and more than 20% are either nearing or have already surpassed the nation's average life expectancy of 78.

  • FEATURES

    Marathon man

    It was 3 a.m. and still dark outside Monday, April 21, when an anxious 63-year-old Dave Miller, of Oakhurst, woke up in his Needham hotel room and began his preparation to run in the 118th Boston Marathon.

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