The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) has issued an alert for motorists and recreational water users that work remains under way along a 2.9-mile segment of the Route 99, a six-lane widening
Playing in its own backyard, the Madera South softball team picked up two wins but also suffered one loss in the Stallion Showdown Tournament.
Behind the left arm of ace Scotty Roberts, the Madera Coyote baseball team opened the County/Metro Athletic Conference with a commanding 7-1 victory Friday at Mel Parker Field over the San Joaquin Memorial-F
The first three innings of Friday’s North Sequoia League baseball game between the Liberty Hawks and Yosemite Badgers were marked by defensive plays and an inability on both sides to spark offensive rallies.
I went to Madera Cinema on Tuesday to see the film “Oz the Great and Powerful.” Like many girls, I grew up loving the classic movie and reading every Oz book in the Madera County Library.
The Madera County Arts Council will celebrate 30 years of arts promotion in Madera County with an anniversary party March 23.
Five founding members of the Madera County Arts Council will be honored in person, and one posthumously, at an anniversary party March 23. Other notables will also be recognized.
The founders are:
St. Joachim School has announced the 10 winners this week of its recent Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (S.T.E.M.) Fair.
“Do not remember the former things, or consider the things of old. I am about to do a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it?”
— Isaiah 43:18f
A hospital consultant from Bakersfield and some local people are hoping to build a mental hospital in Madera, which would be a good thing, both from a health-care standpoint and economically.