Alec Mehrten graduated in just four years from Fresno Pacific University with a degree in psychology.
Some Maderans will be in for a shock when they start getting billed for the water they actually use starting next month.
The Madera County Office of Education honored graduates of its career and alternative education schools during a commencement ceremony Thursday night in Madera South’s east gym.
The primary election is over and with it goes the annoying campaign commercials on television. Too soon the airwaves will be polluted with new commercials for the presidential and other elections.
“Have no fear of tomorrow; enjoy today. Refuse to carry the corpse of a mistaken yesterday.” — Ernest Holmes, "Science of Mind"
The Roman Catholic Archbishop of Miami led a rally against federal guidelines that require health insurers to cover contraception costs. The rally comes days before the U.S.
Miranda Lambert helped kick off the first night of the annual country music festival in Nashville, where fans get a chance to get up close and personal with their favorite acts.
Residents who get their water from the City of Madera will be billed based on water usage rather than a flat rate beginning Aug. 1, officials announced this week.
City of Madera Parks Department aims to keep youth active, healthy
A 33-year-old North Fork man whose eight-and-a-half-month-old son crawled out of a car window and fell on his head while unattended has been held to answer on felony child abuse charges, Madera County Distri