Mike Rice, Jr., recently fired as coach of the Rutgers University Scarlet Knights basketball team, had “anger management issues,” said the school’s athletic director, who did the firing after trying unsucces
Spend more than $30 million to pass a temporary tax increase proposition.
Secularism is a religion; the focus of their faith is the “god of self” and what they believe to be right or wrong.
Nearly $2 million in Chowchilla money was the subject of a meeting between Chowchilla city officials and state auditors on Thursday, and according to one official the city will be unaffected no matter the re
Members of the Madera Curves fitness center at 16810 Road 26 loaded and delivered 1,650 pounds of non-perishable food to the Holy Family Table in Madera on Wednesday afternoon.
The Madera Parks and Community Services Department will hold its first T-ball clinic Saturday at Lions Town and Country Park.
A summer car show fundraiser proved to be worthwhile as four high school seniors from the St. Joachim’s Church parish proudly accepted brand new scholarship laptop computers and Dell All-in-One printers.
Respondents say they aren’t affected by spending sequestration
A few days ago, Chuck Doud, the publisher of The Madera Tribune, wrote an article about a trip he made recently to the northern part of the state in which he and Mrs.
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