The Madera Rotary Club Halloween dinner and dance to raise money to help pay for the group’s charitable activities is set for Saturday at Hatfield Hall on the Madera District Fairgrounds.
A fter serving Madera patients for many years at his two Fresno offices, dentist Pete Nunez opened a new office this month in Madera.
By Cristal Rivera
After a one-sided loss to the Edison-Fresno Tigers, the Madera Coyotes football team is hard at work to take the fight to the Bullard-Fresno Knights tonight at McLane Stadium in Fresno.
In a match between the top two teams in the County/Metro Athletic Conference, Madera Coyote girls volleyball head coach Robyn Keune was wishing she could have battled the Sanger Apaches at full strength.
White rice recently has been accused of causing some cancers, and also contributing to type 2 diabetes, but you have to wonder whether that could be the case, considering that Chinese, Japanese and citizens
Be afraid. Be very afraid. This is the time of year that you can see turkey buzzards flying overhead. They are an omen that similar scary things are on their way. Ghouls will come knocking on your door.
About 80 people sat still in their seats and listened intently as the tragic story of the deadliest high school shooting was retold and the dream of one girl to change the world unfolded.
A re-enactment of a Civil War battle and live exhibits of Union and Confederate lifestyles is scheduled to start at 11 a.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. Sunday at Kearney Park, 7160 W. Kearney Blvd., Fresno.
Two men remained in the hospital Tuesday, victims of a double stabbing that apparently occurred in a gang fight just east of Madera, near Avenue 15 1/2 and Watson Street.