In yesterday’s Editor’s Corner, I posed the idea that the city should have an economic development planning process, not unlike the Vision 2025 the city developed a few years ago as a statement of what Mader
This week we are continuing our Madera District Fair theme and I am happy to announce a special new contest.
It’s in your court. Word from the state, and you can always trust them (?), is that construction on the new courthouse at the site of the former VFW Lodge on 6th Street will begin next month.
By Cassie Niino
A senior at Madera High School has earned the highest ranking in the Boy Scouts of America organization with Troop 331 of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
A 2010 Madera South High School alumnus has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson in Columbia, S.C.
Young men put aside differences to compete at Valley Teen Ranch
By Mark Smith
In the Bobby Sox Softball 30th annual Regional All-Star Tournament 8-under championship game, Madera (9-1) was able to avenge its only loss Sunday with a 6-2 win over Salinas to capture the title.
President Obama and his GOP rival Mitt Romney both talk about how many jobs they would create if elected in November, but neither is likely to create very many at all.
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