Editor’s note: First in a three-part series of Madera athletes returning to college.
VACAVILLE — In the 50th annual National Bobby Sox Tournament of Champions, it was a chance for the Madera Bobby Sox 6-under and 12-under
It was 104 degrees outside, according to the thermometer on the dashboard of my car Tuesday afternoon when I was headed home on Falcon Drive from t
Power outage. Those words have serious consequences and can strike fear in the hearts of people at this time of year.
When Danny Damore opened The Coffee Spot in the Madera Ranchos last year, he wanted it to be a place where people could hang out and get
Madera South grad shares stage with Louise Mandrell
FRESNO (AP) — As California grows warmer, nowhere will the increased temperatures be starker than in the arid Central Valley, where farme
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Backers of California’s ban on same-sex marriages asked the U.S.
Freak or fraud — take your pick.
Mrs. Doud and I are in the sitting for the gold medal in the sofa Olympics.