June 4, 2015 RSS feed / Inside Education

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Thursday, May 28 was Julia Parker's last day at the Yosemite Indian Cultural Museum. Parker was a Park ranger, a basket artist and a grandmother. More...

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Lou Cordero, left, of Lou's Speedie Lube and Auto Repair, is shown presenting a $300 check to Brenda Hartsog, president of the Mariposa Grizzly Boosters Club. More...

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Rita Thorson, right, of The Office City, donated 20 USB drives to Brenda Hartsog, left, president of the Mariposa Grizzly Boosters Club. More...

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Dr. Lisa Carisio, left, of Carisio Chiropractic Institute in Mariposa, recently went to Sierra Foothill Charter School and provided scoliosis screenings for fifth through eighth graders. More...

MCHS graduate Hibert is named outstanding student

Graduate school next on her plate

Mariposa County High School graduate Margaret Hibert was named the outstanding student among the eight nominees at a Dominican University of California commencement that was heldon May 16.  More...

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Kids First representatives Rick and Jetty Uebner recently visited Sierra Foothill Charter School to pick up an owl box that Teen Starchman's third and fourth graders donated for the Kids First June J More...

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Lake Don Pedro Elementary School recently held its Student Science Fair. Students thought of a hypothesis to test and then tested it, documenting the results as they went. More...

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Brenda Hartsog, left, president of the Mariposa Grizzly Boosters Club, receives a $50 donation from Joe Millhoff of Yosemite Glass & Window for Sober Grad Night 2015, scheduled for Friday, June 1 More...

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