Folks who were at the Madera Elks Lodge Tuesday for their regular bingo night got a surprise, and it was not an unexpected shout of “Bingo.”
Alpha School sixth-grader Michelle Godoy-Pena was named Sunrise Rotary Student of the Month at the service club’s morning meeting Wednesday.
Autianna Hall scored the first seven points of the game and scored nine straight points at the end of the second quarter into the third to lead the Madera Coyote girls basketball team to a 52-36 victory over
After a 2-0 defeat to the Clovis Cougars two weeks ago in the Peggy Renberg Tournament, Liberty Hawks girls soccer head coach Eli Liuba knew his team could compete with the Cougars.
For the second game in a row, the Madera boys soccer team had 1-0 lead at halftime before it uncharacteristically gave up second-half goals to drop back-to-back home matches.
The Madera Shootout has not been kind to the Madera South girls basketball team thus far as the Stallions lost twice at home, falling 55-42 to Mendota High School on Wednesday and 60-23 to Monache High Schoo
Every time I drive past the old Borden Chinese cemetery on Avenue 12, I think of Man Wah Chan. He was buried there in 1890, but it took a while for his dust to settle peacefully.
If you’re reading this, though the day isn’t over, the Mayan prediction of the apocalypse has foretold one thing: Their calendar is wrong.
FRESNO — Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central California plan to celebrate its “Bigs” and “Littles” at an annual holiday party Saturday at Blackbeard’s Family Entertainment Center in Fresno with gifts from To
“Bless them which persecute you: bless and curse not.”
— Romans 12:14