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  • NEWS

    Bass Lake District gets approval on domed gym

    Last week Wasuma Elementary and Bass Lake School District received final approval from the Division of State Architects to begin construction on a one-of-a-kind monolithic dome style gymnasium.

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • FEATURES

    Beating the Heat

    Okay, it's hot. Real hot. In an effort to keep the children entertained, while throwing in a little education for good measure, most families are looking for quick, inexpensive ways to cool down and beat the heat — and Oakhurst has plenty to offer during these sizzling, sometimes scorching ...

  • SPORTS

    Yosemite High pool provides heat relief for many

    With summer temperatures breaking the 100 degree mark, nearly 200 adults and children are taking daily advantage of the Baker Swim Complex at Yosemite High School, 50200 School Road (427).

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • FEATURES

    Expansion dream close to reality

    The Kern Family has been farming in North Fork for 14 years. What began as a small operation, with the family delivering to a handful of close friends, has mushroomed into more than 200 families signed up as Kern co-op members.

  • 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.

  • 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.

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