Behind starting pitcher Donovan Bertoncini, the Madera South Stallions did just enough to pick up a 2-0 victory Friday over the Edison-Fresno Tigers to win the season series in County/Metro Athletic Conferen
In its County/Metro Athletic Conference game against the Sanger Apaches, two off-innings by the Madera South softball team’s defense was enough to help the Apaches get the runs they needed to secure a win.
On several mornings of this ongoing Easter season I’ve had the joy of watching 16 little lambs, all born on various days since Good Friday.
“The things you do for yourself are gone when you are gone, but the things you do for others remain as your legacy.”
— Ndukwe Dike Kalu
This has been a tough week. Major disasters tend to clarify and bring into focus the things in life that are important.
“Describing our good will bring it to our sight again.”
— Emma Curtis Hopkins.
Now that lawsuits that could have delayed the start of the California High-Speed Rail System in Madera County have been settled, and the plaintiffs have received at least some of the mitigation they asked fo
No one is seriously suggesting that California will soon become another Cyprus, the Greek-speaking Mediterranean island nation whose economic bailout plan includes dunning holders of “large” bank accounts as
A settlement has been reached in the final lawsuit surrounding the Merced-to-Fresno section of California’s controversial high-speed rail project, though one opponent of the project involved in the suit said
A former Raymond school board member and the town’s former postmaster has been chosen as the Grand Marshal for the 27th annual Raymond Parade.