By Marissa Torres
My greatest dream is to be an NFL GM.
After winning five straight North Yosemite League matches, the Madera South boys volleyball team certainly didn’t see this one coming — being swept on its home floor.
First-year head coach Tim DeRuyter has introduced a fast, physical and fanatical style of football, on offense and defense, which should allow the Bulldogs to play at the highest level.
The Harriet Houdini of iPhones is a close friend of ours who hopped on the Good Ship Technology as it floated down the Fresno River and has never debarked.
Last week, the California High-Speed Rail Authority released its most recent, and supposedly final, 32-chapter report on the proposed “bullet train” system between Merced and Fresno.
Those who work with children and teenagers were updated on current trends and issues their clients face in the 13th annual Day for Children conference, which started Tuesday and will finish this afternoon at
The annual Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast to coincide with National Day of Prayer observances is planned for 7 a.m. May 3 in Hatfield Hall at the Madera District Fairgrounds.
An admitted gang member wanted in connection with an armed robbery has turned himself in.
A tip to Crime Stoppers has led to the arrest of a man wanted for failing to appear in court on a domestic violence charge, Sheriff John Anderson said Tuesday.