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  • SPORTS

    Sports Briefs - week of June 23

    The Yosemite High School Baker swim complex is open for lap swimming from 8:15 - 9:15 a.m. every weekday morning until July 1. This is a trial run to see if there is enough interest in morning lap swim customers. If enough swimmers come for lap swimming, the pool will continue to hold extended hours...

  • SPORTS

    Mentoring a new generation of hunters

    Question: I just took my first Hunter Education Class at the age of almost 60. I am interested to put my training into practice and bring my kids and grandkids into it as well. What is a good plan to begin hunting that can include all of us, since I have never had anyone to teach me how to start?

  • SPORTS

    Giants - Dodgers, baseball’s greatest rivalry

    The rivalry began 132 years ago, and it's still flourishing, strong as ever. From my earliest memory, sitting on my father’s lap as we drove to Lost Lake, steering his Mustang, it was there, on the radio. I think I was nearly 4 years-old at the time.

  • SPORTS

    Bass Lake Boot Camp

    A new service at Bass Lake is providing Mountain Area residents and vacationers another option to get or stay in shape.

  • EDUCATION

    Happy summer

    Hello and happy summer. This is our last month of the 4-H year, and also 4-H camp, which was June 14-18 at Huntington Lake. 4-H camp is a very fun experience, and you can even become a junior counselor or teen counselor. It’s too late to sign up this year to go to camp, but next year you ...

  • SPORTS

    T-ball stars in the making

    Sierra Mountain Little League (T-ball) is going strong, providing fun and excitement for hundreds of Mountain Area children. It’s the first organized baseball experience for children, and as the River Bandits are discovering, tons of fun.

  • SPORTS

    Yosemite girls win four games in summer tournament

    The Yosemite High School Badgers Girls basketball players are participating this summer in various events as the “Y” basketball club.

  • TONY KRIZAN

    Hiking Cathedral Pass in June

    After four years of drought here in Central California, we finally have a decent snow pack. Could it be possible that part of the John Muir Trail over Cathedral Pass in Yosemite National Park was open?

  • SPORTS

    Seven win at Pence Invitational

    Nearly 100 players took part in the annual Dr. Gary Pence Invitational Tournament hosted by Oakhurst Sierra Rotary June 11, during a beautiful day at Dragonfly Golf Club.

  • SPORTS

    City/County All Star games

    Yosemite High standout softball player Lynette Combs participated in the 35th Annual City/County All Star Softball game June 15, kicking of prep season.

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