COARSEGOLD - Once again tensions are rising at the Chukchansi Gold Casino between the factions struggling for control, and the Madera County Sheriff's Office has stepped in to ensure that law and order is maintained.
Though details of the situation are not being released, deputies and CHP officers have been sent to the location on Highway 41 near Lucky Lane.
The upbeat day offers friendship, free food, clothes, and entertainment, including some exciting wrestling action.
"Every year we accept grant applications from any Eastern Madera County youth for their 4-H animals and FFA animals," explained Jill Satterfield, vice president of the Coarsegold Rodeo Association. "We will accept the grant applications for any reason a child may need the money."
The delightfully simple grant application is currently posted on the organization's website and must be received by Thursday, Aug. 19.
COARSEGOLD - The Yosemite Lady Badgers Volleyball team is having a blast of a fundraiser on Saturday, July 26, at the Sun Mountain Gun Club.
Registration starts at 8 a.m., for a day that includes raffle, food and fun, and shooting, with all proceeds going to support the Lady Badgers Volleyball team.
Sponsorship Levels include Gold, Silver, Station and Individual, starting in cost from an individual shooter rate of $80 that includes breakfast, lunch and range fees.
COARSEGOLD - Area business leaders are banding together to invite the community to a free business networking opportunity on Wednesday, July 23. The well-anticipated event will include entertainment and Hors D'oeuvres at the Coarsegold Miner's Grill from 5 - 8 p.m.
Adding to the excitement, shops at Coarsegold Historic Village will stay open for the evening.
Calling the night's meetup "Connecting the Dots: Business Network Mixer," organizers are enthusiastic about the possibilities for improving business opportunities, believing that many members of the community working together is a sure way to improve the chances of success.
This is a cruise-in that is free and open to all cars, trucks and bikes. All makes, models and years are welcome.
The public is invited to come out and enjoy what is sure to be a spectacular display.