Former Madera Coyote wrestler Luis Contreras recently visited the Gateway Arch in St. Louis.
Madera Unified School District did a great job playing host at last weekend’s Central Valley robotics competition.
My children attend a charter school in Madera and have asked me numerous times to move them to another school. You may ask why.
If you are one of the many people who cooked a big ham for Easter dinner, chances are you might have some leftovers you’re wondering what to do with.
Actually, after opening the door of Curves on Road 26 and almost knocking over my favorite food girl, Yvonne Hamilton, and then being surrounded by lovely ladies, I was somewhat taken aback.
Inspired by an Extreme Couponer featured on the so-named TLC show who said everything in her stockpile had two uses, I set out to find multiple uses for my own household products.
It is a well-known fact that President Teddy Roosevelt loved to hunt big game. It is also a well-known fact that he visited Berenda in 1903, on his way to Yosemite.
Madera High robotics team going to World Championship
An Easter dinner of smoked turkey, corn, mixed salad and rolls with a dessert of peach cobbler was served to about 160 people who gathered at the Madera Rescue Mission.
Members of Madera Curves donated more than a half-ton of food collected throughout the month of March for Holy Family Table.