Those in the know (and that’s us) say tomorrow is the official start of the Holiday Season. Officially, maybe, unofficially, I try to bring a little holiday into every day.
First, the Hostess Baking Co. is going to close; now it may not be closing. It makes you wonder what will happen to Wonder Bread. I remember Wonder Bread in my youth as the bread of preference.
This letter is in response to a Red Line caller’s message that was printed Nov. 20.
I attended the Madera Central Valley Tea Party meeting at our local VFW Monday. During the meeting, two guest speakers provided a wealth of information to those present.
Madera Unified School Superintendent Gustavo Balderas will leave Madera to take a position in Ocean View on Jan, 1, 2013.
A fire and explosion of unknown origin seriously injured a Madera man in his late 30s and destroyed a 900-sq.-ft.
Local groups hold annual charity event
A television channel promoting artistic and cultural performances and events throughout the Central Valley wants to reward the people who make them happen and also reward those who attend later this fall.
With the 2012 racing season in the books for the Madera Speedway, an assortment of drivers from all nine of its classes gathered Friday evening at the Hatfield Hall for the end of year awards banquet and din
LLAMAS FOUND BUTCHERED — Madera County animal control officers found four butchered llamas near Avenue 10 and Road 36. According to director Tim Bible, they appeared to have been dead for seven to 10 days.