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Madera County June primary focus will be on DA, sheriff races
Incumbent District Attorney Michael Keitz is being challenged by Oakhurst attorney David Linn and Deputy Madera County Counsel Miranda Neal.
Community View - 3/6/14
Valerie Stephens, of Oakhurst, at the northeast corner of Highway 41 and Crane Valley Road early Tuesday morning selling copies of the Fresno Bee's special Kids Day edition.
Explore the beauty of Yosemite by making art
Visitors find themselves yearning to be artists whenever they encounter Yosemite National Park's incomparable beauty.
Plans for 3 new Oakhurst hotels hit a snag
Plans to build three large hotels in Oakhurst are now in jeopardy. The developer says he may pull out of the project because Madera County is demanding too much from him.
Third annual drug take back initiative set for April
Sheriff John Anderson announced today the Madera County Sheriff’s Office will provide two drop off sites when the department hosts its third Take Back Drug event scheduled for April.
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Where To Go For Valentine's Day Dinner? We Got That
Where to take your sweetie for a romantic Valentine's dinner? Always a big decision at this time of the year.
Madera Wine Trail presents "Wine & Chocolate" weekend
Do something unique this year for Valentine’s — enjoy an extraordinary wine tasting experience on “Wine & Chocolate” weekend, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Feb. 8 and 9. Travel to 10 wineries on the Madera Wine Trail and taste a wide variety of award-winning wines, along with chocolate pairings, strolling musicians, gift shopping, artists ... (more)
Former News-Messenger photojournalist's work displayed at Santa Barbara Museum of Art
The Santa Barbara Museum of Art in California has recently acquired the photograph "Karaoke Night, Oakhurst, CA 2000" by Helena native and former News-Messenger photojournalist Terrance Reimer into the museum's permanent collection.
Community View for 2/6/14 edition of ...
Close to 400 people filled the Oakhurst Community Center main building and pavilion Saturday, Feb. 1, for a ‘crabulous' time at the annual Oakhurst Noon Rotary Club's annual Crab Feed.