January 6, 2011 RSS feed / Friends and Family

Thank you

The CatNip Society would like to give a big, appreciative thanks to everyone who was involved in making its fund raiser in Mariposa "Pet Photos with Santa" a great success. More...

Engagement

RICARDO AND KATHRYN JUAREZ KRISTEN FIESTER OF MARIPOSA ENGAGEMENT OF THEIR AND ARE GRADUATES OF BRIDE-TO-BE EMPLOYED AT AS A LEAD TUTOR IN THE AND IS IN THE COUNSELOR EDUCATION MASTER&PROGRAM AT CSU, FRESNO. More...

Thank you

Mercy Ambulance Coat Drive would like to thank all the volunteers for helping. This year, we had 450 coats.  More...

Living Healthy in the Sierra

Dear Dr. Lisa,   My shoulder pinches on top when I try to sleep on it. What can I do to make it feel better? -Sleepless in Mariposa Dear Sleepless,   More...

Local club informed about ‘95 bombing

Mariposa Rotarians last Thursday heard from retired Supervisory Special Agent (FBI) Thomas Jourdan Ph.D. about the investigation of the bombing of the Alfred P. More...

Habitat offers new preservation program

Habitat for Humanity of Mariposa County is offering low-income families or individuals, the elderly, and persons with disabilities, the opportunity to participate in a new housing preservation program called A Brush with Kindness (ABWK).  More...

Legion serves breakfast

The American Legion Post 567 will serve its pancake breakfast on Saturday, Jan. 8 from 7 to 11 a.m. The breakfast takes place at the Legion Hall, 5117 Bullion Street in Mariposa.  The cost is $5 for adults and $3 for children 12 and under. More...

Ag tourism workshop set in Merced this month

Registration is now open for the ag tourism workshop for the San Joaquin Valley and Foothills region.  The “Growing Agritourism” workshop will take place on Wednesday Jan. 19 in Merced.  More...

Oprah Winfrey launches her OWN cable network

NEW YORK (AP) — Oprah Winfrey's network has begun not with a bang but with redeclared purpose by the Queen of Daytime for her new round-the-clock cable channel venture.  After years in the planning and months of hype, the moment of launch More...

Thank you

Triangle 4-H would like to thank the Broomfield family, especially Robert and Rachelle, for picking up and driving our trees from Oregon recently. Our usual delivery was cancelled at the last minute, and we were in quite a bind. More...

Birth Announcement

Douglas Clayton and his wife, Heather Corwin, of Altadena, have announced the birth of their daughter, Cassandra Fern Clayton.  She was born Dec. 14 at home. She weighed six pounds, eight ounces.  More...

New data identifies rates of preventable conditions

The Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD) has unveiled new data that identifies hospitalization rates by county for conditions generally considered preventable with access to and use of good primary care.  More...

Bondshu earns Jazzercise certificaiton

Malina Bondshu, a newly-certified Jazzercise instructor, has begun teaching classes in Mariposa. Bondshu earned the right to teach Jazzercise by completing an intense three-day workshop and performing a letter-perfect audition.  More...

MASTER GARDENERS

Sustainable landscapes are focus

Sustainable landscaping will be the focus of the Mariposa Master Gardeners’ public outreach activities of 2011- 2012. Master Gardeners all over California are pursuing this theme.  More...

HORSE SENSE

Winter Care for Horses

Managing the health and wellbeing of horses in the winter time can be a challenge between the fluctuating temperatures, the rain and snow, the frozen water troughs, the short daylight hours and the mud, that ever present mud! More...

Short story class offered at gallery

The first sentence of a short story should catch the reader's attention with the unusual, the unexpected, an action, or a conflict. The Mariposa County Arts Council’s Short Story Writing class will begin on Wednesday, Jan. 19 at 6 p.m. More...

Bingo set at senior center

The Golden Agers invite anyone over the age of 18 to bingo at the senior center in Mariposa the first Friday of each month.  Doors open at 5 p.m. and games start at 6:30 p.m. Pull tabs and big pots, food and free coffee also available. More...

Annual box office down a bit from 2009 record

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Domestic box-office revenues for 2010 won't quite hit last year's record-setting haul, but they'll be awfully close.  More...

Horoscope

For the First Week of January 2011   ARIES - Mar 21/Apr 20  Be especially decisive this week, Aries. Important decisions won't settle themselves. You can ask for advice, but you ultimately have to make the choice. More...

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