Whew! Yours truly made it through another Cupid’s Day. It all started at 6 a.m. when we arrived at the Breakfast Lions Ladies Day breakfast and student speech contest.
“Let the sea roar, and the fullness thereof: let the fields rejoice, and all that is therein.” — I Chronicles 16:32
Woodcarving classes, demonstrations and seminars for all levels of carvers will be held April 14 through 21 at the 6th Annual Oakhurst Woodcarver’s Rendezvous.
The Madera Breakfast Lions Club held a special Valentine’s Day breakfast Thursday at First Christian Church for members and their spouses, featuring the Club’s annual Student Speaker Contest.
President Obama is pushing to expand preschool education and raise the federal minimum wage to $9 from its present $7.20. And naturally, a lot of people think he’s right to want those things.
Thousands of local Catholics flocked to church, a hall and a chapel for English and Spanish services to celebrate Ash Wednesday, which is also observed by Episcopalians and some Protestants as the beginning
TULARE — Among the thousands of attendees at the 46th annual World Ag Expo at the International Agri-Center in Tulare were a Madera plant manager and a sales rep.</p><p>
Assemblyman Frank Bigelow, R-O’Neals, has been appointed to the Assembly’s Joint Committee on Fairs, Allocation and Classification and the Joint Committee on Fisheries and Aquaculture by Assembly Speaker Joh
It wasn’t the best way for the No. 7 seed Madera girls soccer team to start off the first round of the Div.
For one quarter in Tuesday night’s game, the Madera Coyote girls basketball team kept pace with the ninth ranked Bullard-Fresno Knights.