When Wanda Mortimer describes a child she’s mentored for more than a year as quiet, it’s not hard to believe as a sturdy, taller-than-the average, dark-haired 11-year-old sits by her and nods to most of what
It seems many Maderans hope to have a healthier 2012 by joining gyms and quitting cigarette smoking, according to local businesses.
A home in the 2600 block of Sandalwood Drive, off north Grenada Drive, was heavily damaged by fire and smoke after a resident accidentally spilled a flammable liquid in the front room on the carpet and couch
The Madera Rotary Club has named City Clerk Sonia Alvarez as the January Rotarian of the Month.
Club President Christine Richard said Alvarez was simply a “good Rotarian.”
In the United States in the 19th Century there were no free libraries open to the public.
With a defense as tough as the San Francisco 49ers, the Madera South Stallions put their clamps down on the Madera Coyotes to come away with a 63-25 victory, the biggest win in the crosstown rivalry.
Despite outshooting McLane-Fresno 26-6, all the Madera South girls soccer team got was a header by sweeper Ana Walker in the 19th minute.
Behind a goal 15 minutes into the match, the Madera Coyote girls soccer team held off the Edison-Fresno Tigers for a 1-0 County/Metro Athletic Conference victory.
It was late afternoon on April 4, 1968, in San Francisco when I first heard of the assassination of Martin Luther King.
Our Jim Glynn’s Jan. 5 piece, “Time for a 2nd Bill of Rights?” certainly captured my interest. At first I thought it must be April 1. Then, I thought it was a tongue-in-cheek piece.