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An ‘Eye’ for photography

Photo by Greg LittleNicole W. Little, publisher of the Mariposa Gazette, is shown (center) from a Dec. 5 visit at Yosemite Valley School. She gave photography tips to the students. The students have been working hard on the next edition of The Yosemite Eye, a student newspaper produced in conjunction with the Gazette. Little gave various pointers to the students […]

Teens impacted by Alzheimer’s Disease are encouraged to apply for scholarships

High school seniors across the country who have been impacted by Alzheimer’s disease are invited to share their experiences to raise awareness and have the chance to earn a college scholarship through the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America’s (AFA) annual Teens for Alzheimer’s Awareness College Scholarship Essay Contest. The deadline to enter the contest is Jan. 17. “No matter how young […]

Heart of a lion

Submitted photoThe Mariposa Lions Club presented $700 to Greeley Hill Elementary School Principal Christina Van Denover (middle). The funds will be used for the Greeley Hill students for their backpack pantry program. Students have the opportunity to take food home for their family when they are in need. Lions members Wayne Forsythe (right) and Bill Peterson (left) presented the check. […]

MCUSD in compliance, group says



An oversight committee consisting of volunteers from the community has found the Mariposa County Unified School District is in compliance when it comes to properly spending Measure L bond funds. Measure L is the $24 million bond intended for improvement of school facilities in the county. By law, at least one time annually, the committee is tasked with preparing an […]


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