Three students from Madera High School made a clean sweep of the Madera Republican Women’s essay contest on “Why Voting is an Act of Patriotism for 18 Year-Olds.”
With the absence of middle blocker Justine Williams, the Madera South Stallions needed to get contributions from the rest of the line-up in a non-league match with Hoover-Fresno.
Despite a valiant effort by the Madera South Stallions, the Madera Coyote girls tennis team was too much in an 8-1 victory to end the first round of County/Metro Athletic Conference action.
In a 3-2 victory over Vanguard College-Costa Mesa on Sept. 22, former Madera Coyote Samantha Dougherty had a game-high 22 kills for The Master’s College-Santa Clarita.
The Liberty Hawks girls tennis team has had a rather easy time in the North Sequoia League, winning the last 24 of its last 25 matches over a three season span.
We all know that former Rep. Newt Gingrich lost the Republican presidential primary to Mitt Romney, and it’s probably because Romney was smart, worked harder and spent more money.
Note: The last in the series of the author’s memories of San Francisco in 1967 and the Summer of Love.
Today at 10 a.m. on Yosemite Avenue is Madera’s Old Timers Day parade. Come out to see the bands, horses, floats and help our town celebrate its roots.
Tom and Ila Schoettler will be waving to spectators Saturday morning as grand marshals of the annual Old Timers Parade.
Madera Community Hospital has received an incentive of more than $58,000 from Pacific Gas and Electric Company for initiatives to improve energy efficiency.