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  • NEWS

    Grocery Outlet food drive for Manna House

    Most food banks across the country receive many generous donations during the holiday season, but experience dramatic drops in donations during the summer months.

  • CALENDAR

    Speaker to address water crisis

    Debbie Bacigalupi, a highly sought after speaker throughout the west, will discuss political, economic, and environmental issues that impact Californians at 6:30 p.m., July 15, at the Best Western Yosemite Restaurant, 40530 Highway 41.

  • NEWS

    Chowchilla seeks $4 million from county

    The City of Chowchilla has filed a law suit with the Madera County Superior Court against Madera County over a tax-sharing agreement made 18 years ago, seeking to recover $4 million in "mistaken" payments.

  • SPORTS

    A family adventure

    Thousands upon thousands of families are taking summer vacations, with many Californian's packing up for such popular destinations as Pismo Beach, Disneyland, Lake Tahoe, San Francisco, and yes, New York City — the chosen destination of the Mulkey family of Oakhurst.

  • SPORTS

    Bee names Lauterbach Golfer of the Year

    After what could be called one of the best four-year careers in the history of Yosemite High School boys golf, the Fresno Bee has named YHS's Kevin Lauterbach Central Valley Golfer of the Year.

  • NEWS

    CHP checkpoint results in citations - no DUI arrests

    In a concentrated effort to get people driving under the influence of drugs and or alcohol off the highways, the California Highway Patrol conducted a DUI/Driver License Checkpoint Friday, June 27, on Highway 41 in Coarsegold. Officers stopped 693 vehicles out of the 775 vehicles that passed through...

  • SPORTS

    Badger youth camp provides sampling of 12 sports

    Yosemite High School hosted its second Yosemite Badger Youth Sports Camp June 16-19, attracting nearly 80 boys and girls between third and eighth grade. Last year's camp had 59 participants.

  • BRIAN WILKINSON

    Historic school granted charter status

    A big part of Wawona's history is the one-room Wawona School that has been educating children in the small community near Yosemite's south entrance for more than 120 years.

  • NEWS

    Governor leaves 'ag' in budget

    When funding for high school ag programs was cut from the preliminary state budget, a statewide outcry from ag students, parents, educators, farmers, and supporting legislators, was heard loud and clear in Sacramento. The program that provides the funding, the Agricultural Education Incentive Grant...

  • SPORTS

    Two Minarets students will take their talents to Corban University

    Two Minarets High School seniors will be taking their athletic abilities to Corban University in Salem, Oregon in August.

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