With the regular season opener two weeks away, the Liberty Hawks football team is getting early recognition as the team to beat.
After a successful debut, the 18-Second Bracket race will run again Saturday at the Madera Speedway, along with the local classes featuring the LunkerDaddy Late Models, Toyota Sedans, Hobby Stocks, MSTs and
Whew! It’s good to be back in Madera after nearly two weeks traipsing around Northern California and the Pacific Northwest. People ask whether we had a good time, and the answer is:
The pages of Madera’s history are replete with icons, and one of them is Coach Bill McAlister.
There’s a lot of happenings as we wind down from our summer fling. Tonight, at Lions Town and Country Park will be “Movie in the Park” at the amphitheater starting at dusk.
The summer Concert in the Park series will continue Sunday at the Lions Town and Country Park amphitheater with local band Neon Rose performing classic rock oldies and country rock.
A former NFL lineman who played for the New York Giants, New York Jets and St. Louis Rams is the planned speaker at a men’s conference scheduled for Sept. 7 and 8 at First Christian Church, 2300 Sunset Ave.
“A devotional life is one lived in the presence of the Lord.”
— Author unknown
Not without some public grumbling
The California Department of Education gave the public its first peek at the results of its annual, highstakes testing program Wednesday, which included data for Madera and Madera South high schools.