After opening the season with a 5-0 thumping of the Yosemite-Oakhurst Badgers, the Madera boys soccer team was primed and ready to take on a physical Hanford squad just two days later.
After meeting in the playoffs three of the past four years, it is only natural that the Liberty Hawks’ path to their first Div.
SELMA — Even with a depleted bench for a half, the Madera Coyotes opened the 2012-2013 season with a 51-34 victory over Mission Oak-Tulare in the opener of the 36th annual Varsity girls Lions Shootout Basket
I was drawn to an article in Tuesday’s Tribune about Lois Murray Richardson, who celebrated her 99th birthday on Nov. 21.
It had been a wild summer. In fact it had been two wild, eye-opening, inspiring, world-awareness grasping summers in the city. The Summer of Love was over.
“For the thing which I greatly feared is come upon me, and that which I was afraid of is come unto me.”
— Job 3:25
A friend tipped me off the other day about a new scam, just in time for the holidays.
NORTH FORK — A 26-year-old woman was killed in an alleged DUI collision on Douglas Ranger Station Road after a driver lost control on a curve and rolled down a mountain embankment, according to the Californi
2 more storms are expected
A 10th of an inch of rain fell Wednesday as the first part of a storm system expected in Madera this week, according to the National Weather Service.
Unemployment rates declined last month in more than half of the 372 largest U.S. cities. However California’s Central Valley took eight of the top 10 spots for the worst joblessness in the nation.