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IN BRIEF …

ICES hosts Children’s Fair Infant/Child Enrichment Services, Inc. (ICES) is holding its 30th annual Children’s Fair on Saturday, Sept. 28...

Letters

What is the truth, Mr. Long?

Editor, On Sept. 4, 2019 Supervisor Marshall Long, host of...

Card of Thanks

The Mariposa County Fair Rodeo Royalty Committee, along with the...

Card of Thanks

The Mariposa County SPCA would like to thank all of...

Card of Thanks

 This year the Mariposa County Fair was a huge success...

The sides are talking

Editor, In order to solve the problem we’re having with...

Local News

News and notes from the Mariposa County Sheriff’s Office

Sheriff’s Daily Log Sept. 9 - There was a loose pot-bellied pig on Rancheria Creek Road in Midpines. • There was a disabled vehicle on Jessie Street in Mariposa. • Child abuse was reported in...

Mariposa County Fire Response Log

Sept. 9-Sept. 15

• EMS - 5 • Fires - 2 • Public Assists - 2 • Auto Collisions - 5 Mariposa County Fire Department supports the county with 13 volunteer stations located throughout the county. If you...

Officials blasted by resident

Several Mariposa County officials were blasted by community member Gerry Edwards regarding the way they have handled the Jerry Cox case. The controversial Cox case has been making its way through the court system over...

Culvert work in river canyon is now completed

Shown are the before and after pictures of one of the culverts recently repaired in the Merced River canyon. Photos courtesy Caltrans Caltrans has repaired two culverts on Highway140 in Mariposa County with funds from...

Man breaks leg in ATV accident

A Coarsegold man suffered a broken leg during an ATV accident last week in Mariposa County. According to the California Highway Patrol, Brett Haynes, 71, was not wearing a helmet or any protective gear when...

Kothari gets two appointments

The director of the Mariposa County Health and Human Services Agency has been appointed to two regional boards. Chevon Kothari was appointed to the Continuum of Care governing board for the four-county Central Sierra region....

Dine out to benefit Habitat for Humanity

Annual event is major fundraiser for group

Community member Chuck Kendall (left) is shown with his daughter and friends at Steve’s Sportsmans Cafe. Dining establishments throughout the county are supporting Habitat for Humanity by donating a percentage of their sales. Submitted photoThe...

Plant-A-Row hits 2,000 pound mark

A local program aimed at providing food for those in need is doing well. The Plant-A-Row program has provided a few thousand pounds of food for the community thus far, said Susan Taber, founder of...