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TASTE News Service, March 31, 2021 – Although the past year has been uncertain for many, a handful of new small businesses recently opened up shop in Tuolumne County, with more on the way.
TASTE News Service, February 23, 2021 – March is Women's History Month, and in celebration, Yosemite Sierra Artists is presenting a new, all-female show.
TASTE News Service, October 14, 2020 – Due to the Creek Fire closure of the Sierra National Forest in September, the Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad was forced to cool the engines of their two antique steam locomotives.
TASTE News Service, September 1, 2020 -- The benefits of hiking have been euphorically embraced from ancient times on. Hippocrates, the Greek physician, considered walking to be the best medicine.
TASTE News Service, August 12, 202 – Visit Yosemite | Madera County supports the Responsible Travel Code launched by Visit California,.
TASTE News Service, February 11, 2020 - Spring is about to bloom throughout the rolling hills of Gold Country, the meadows of Yosemite National Park, and the peaks of the High Sierra.
TASTE News Service, May 15, 2018 - Savvy travelers with a little planning can do more, see more and save more when visiting Northern California's Gold Rush area and national park jewel, Yosemite, during the week.
TASTE News Service, May 1, 2017 - As road trip season gears up, Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite— a resort two miles from the southern entrance to Yosemite National Park— is now an ideal basecamp for those traveling eco-friendly thanks to the recent installation of eight Tesla Supercharging Stations.
TASTE News Service December 29, 2015 – The coming months are an especially beautiful time to visit Yosemite as the valley is blanketed in fresh snow and the winter brings a solitude that you cannot match any other time of the year in this very popular destination. The view from the tall windows of the Ahwahnee’s solarium is lovely anytime. On an afternoon when deer are crossing the meadow as new snow falls, it’s just about perfect.
TASTE News Service, October 29, 2015 - From these classic movies --High Noon, The Great Race, Back to the Future III and Big Valley, to television series that brought the big outdoors into American living rooms such as Bonanza, Little House on the Prairie and Lassie, a small area in Northern California has played a big role: creating lifelike settings and story lines to recreate early America. For Tuolumne County, set against the backdrop of Yosemite National Park in Northern California, the job was easy.
As early as 1919, filmmakers recognized the area as a valuable and convenient source for location filming. Gold rush era buildings with wood plank sidewalks and slamming screen doors, Main Street with a Wells Fargo Express office, white picket fences and grand hotels stood ready for their close-up. The area is still rich in natural features and vintage architectural styles, big sky landscape, rushing rivers and lakes, and one key ingredient – abundant California light. Producers and directors discovered that almost any type of scenery in the United States and beyond could be replicated on film in Tuolumne County.