Children took more out of the usual storytime at Madera County Library on Thursday as they created art based on a tale during two free watercolor workshops.
A 52-year-old Madera man will be sentenced Oct.
What I witnessed at the Coyote football practice Monday night was disturbing. The coaching staff and players were working hard to learn the new pistol Wing-T offense.
Good news locally and nationwide is that home prices are stabilizing, more homes are being sold that are not repos (although plenty of repos are on the market) and people whose homes are their main source of
Maybe it’s too hot for it, but it will eventually rain. A couple weeks ago I attempted to warn readers of the closure of Fourth Street slated, as the official road signs read, July 30.
“The craftsman does not always build toward a prior vision. Often images come in the process of working. The material, his hands — together they beget.”
— M.C. Richards
My father taught that women should be treated with respect and never hit. So whenever a pair of kindergarten classmates would chase or play aggressively with girls at school, I would insist they stop.
“For the Lord searcheth all hearts, and understandeth all the imaginations of the thoughts.”
— 1 Chronicles 28:9
Cedar Creek resident proud of political work
Vacancies in the housing program under the Madera County Mental Health Services Act became available at the beginning of the month in Madera and Chowchilla, and individuals interested in filling them must me