Facing what many consider the top Div. II squad in the Central Section, the Madera South baseball team pushed San Joaquin Memorial-Fresno all the way to extra innings.
When they entered high school four years ago, Randi Wallace and Hannah Shevenell wanted to make history.
I don’t know about you, but I am sure anxious to make some good, homemade ice cream.
There are so many wonderful recipes and flavors to choose from.
Okay, I give, already. Quite a few of you let me know that I had forgotten to mention Earth Day, Monday.
Al Neuharth, who headed the Gannett Co. while it became the biggest newspaper-holding company in the country by number of titles, died last Friday at age 89.
Volunteerism is one of the greatest foundational treasures our community possesses. The evidence is everywhere.
It never ceases to amaze me when I hear someone say or I read about them being surprised to hear that Manuel Nevarez was appointed by Jerry Brown to fill the supervisor seat vacated by Frank Bigelow.
I would like to thank the Madera Tribune and Leon Emo for the article on Trona, Calif., on March 30. After the article appeared I received a call from a man who had lived in Trona at the time I lived there.
Two killings and several shootings have been tied to underground parties in the last two months and the sheriff Monday urged parents to be watchful of their children’s whereabouts.
High school seniors got a sobering reality check on Monday as they watched staged carnage, caused by a drunk driver, unfold.