The deadline to sign up for nine volunteering projects in Madera is fast approaching and only about 25 people have registered.
Now there seems to be definitive proof that suspended former New Orleans Saints’ defensive coordinator Gregg Williams is a full-blown idiot and borderline criminal ring leader.
We all have heard little rules to live by, and depending on who you are, they may mean a lot to you or not much at all.
I try as hard as possible not to write letters to the editor. But when a topic such as Jim Glynn’s “Education: The power to make or break” appeared I knew I would have to respond.
It was a bitter-sweet day for the young Italian woman. She was coming to America to be reunited with her husband.
First, let’s begin with the thanks I owe to all the readers who enjoyed my last column about the good times in the City by the Bay in 1967.
From noon onwards, dark clouds from the Mediterranean Sea had blanketed the metropolis of Jerusalem. For those crammed within the city, bustling with pilgrims, it was a bit cold but tolerably so.
A road improvement project that will add lanes to 4th Street near its State Route 99 on- and off-ramps in Madera has been delayed, city officials announced this week.
Efrain Amezcua of Madera was arrested on or about April 2 in Fresno County on suspicion of driving under the influence.
The Chowchilla Western Stampede Committee will celebrate its 55th consecutive year of roping this month.