In 1900, Paul P. Harris was a young attorney living in Chicago. He did not know many people and was lonely.
I totally agree with you about the National Anthem. There has been a need for a change of the song recognized as our National Anthem. Not everyone can sing “The Star Spangled Banner.”
FRESNO (AP) — A police auditor’s report says some Fresno officers fire their weapons too many times during officer-involved shootings.
MADERA RANCHOS — In the more than five years since the tragic death of her son, Martha Tessmer has traveled the nation helping the Impact Teen Driver program spread the word about the consequences of distrac
SACRAMENTO — Following a bidding process, the California High-Speed Rail Authority Board of Directors has selected PGH Wong Engineering, Inc., and Harris & Associates to provide additional oversight and
Two Madera County residents have returned home from the “jubilation” of Barack Obama’s second presidential inauguration with memories they said will last a lifetime.
FRESNO (AP) — The second-largest hospital in Fresno plans to lay off 75 workers in response to what hospital administrators described as continued economic hurdles, a dwindling number of patients and lower g
FRESNO (AP) — The physician who treated a 17-month old girl who died in a Fresno County babysitter’s care says the toddler’s severe brain injuries could not have been caused by a fall from a bed.
Without one of it most prolific scoring threats, the Madera girls soccer team had trouble finding the back of the net Thursday in a County/Metro Athletic Conference rematch with San Joaquin Memorial-Fresno.
On a Thursday night defined by fog, light rain and a sloppy field, the Liberty boys soccer team overcame a two-goal deficit late in the second half of a North Sequoia League game to tie the Kerman Lions, 2-2