Powered by their recordbreaking running back, Fresno State Bulldogs dismantled the University of Colorado, 69-14, Saturday night at Bulldog Stadium.
The Madera High Coyotes suffered a 42-27 loss to the Paso Robles Bearcats in a game much closer than the score would indicate in Madera’s home opener.
Where else but in California, where legislation by ballot box is so common, would three tax increases — Propositions 30, 38 and 39 — appear on the same ballot at a time when tax hikes are likely to less popu
I am writing to hopefully try to find out who is causing mischievous acts on our lawn, on the 700 block of Orchard Avenue.
The most important election in the history of our country is less than 60 days away and your vote for president will be the most important vote of your life.
I grew up in Madera reading the Madera Tribune, so now that I am looking for some help bring awareness to a very important issue, it felt only natural to turn to you.
An assault on a 13-year-old eighth-grade student on the front lawn of Thomas Jefferson Middle School by two older teens escalated into an anti-bullying protest by a dozen, sign-carrying adults Friday afterno
Nearly 3,000 pounds of food was donated to the Madera County Food Bank in August as part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s fourth annual Feds Feed Families food drive.
Did Madera Unified School District trustees raise residential development fees Tuesday — or didn’t they?
According to a legal opinion from district lawyers delivered Wednesday, the answer is yes.
After losing to the Fowler Redcats in the Divison V Valley Championship game in November, the Liberty Hawks football team had Sept. 14 circled on its calendar.