Here is a look at some of the notable events that ook place on this day in history, January 7th.
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After a series of public meetings in December regarding the realignment of trustee areas, the Madera Unified school board is set to adjust the boundaries of its voting districts.
A crowd of animal supporters sat silently in the regular meeting of the Madera City Council, holding photos and banners of Clover, a young poodle mix dog that recently died after having a deeply embedded rop
In a public service announcement heard on various radio stations this month, Madera County Sheriff John Anderson advises Valley residents on how to not be a victim of thefts and burglaries.
While cases of driving under the influence typically increase during the holidays, numbers in Madera were down compared to 2010.
If you’re a fan of meteor showers you are probably already aware and stayed up, or rose early this morning, to see the Quadrantids display.
“In the temple of the LORD all are crying, ‘Glory!’… The LORD shall give his people the blessing of peace.
— Excerpted, Psalm 29
“I know and feel my freedom. In this freedom, I rejoice.”
— Ernest Holmes, “Science of Mind”
With a match with crosstown rival Madera High on the horizon, the Madera South Stallions girls soccer team faced its final Tri-River Athletic Conference opponent as a tune-up.