No new arguments were raised before the Madera City Council voted in favor of a resolution opposing the California High-Speed Rail “as it is currently proposed, without regard to local impacts, positive or n
MADERA ACRES — A home in the 26000 block of Avenue 18A near Vine Road was destroyed and a family of three displaced by a fast-moving fire that started in the garage, according to investigators.
The body of a young Hispanic man was found on the side of Road 27 near Ellis Street shortly after noon Sunday.
Organizers of an annual fundraiser in its second year were pleased with the higher turnout and amount that will be used to help three local charities.
Registration has started for the summer Kids Camp programs. The first of nine one-week sessions begins June 11. There is recreation, trips, arts and crafts, and much more.
As I was announcing the baseball playoff game between the Madera Coyotes and Tulare Western Mustangs on Thursday, I happened to take a glance at the stands.
MADERA RANCHOS — It was aggressive base running and a stellar defensive performance that helped the No. 2 seeded Liberty softball team advance in the CIF Central Section Division V playoffs.
The Madera Coyote softball team took the early lead against the Central-Fresno Grizzlies, but the Grizzlies got a two-run home run in the bottom of the first inning and didn’t look back in a 5-1 quarterfinal
I was talking to a teacher Saturday who told me the parents of a lot of the children she teaches are idiots.
Catholic dioceses and schools are suing the Obama administration over its birth control mandate.