Slow day. It certainly seemed that way for that “other paper” that arrives from the sprawling, asphalt and concrete metropolis across the river to the south.
“It is the Father’s good pleasure to give you the Kingdom.”
— Luke 12:32
James Monroe Elementary School students held their own Relay For Life Thursday morning on the school’s playground.
The National Transportation Safety Board would like to see the states adopt laws making it illegal to drive with a blood-alcohol level of more than 0.05. Now, the limit is 0.08.
I was made aware of AB bill 1266 recently, and it is both expected and sad.
What a wonderful paper. I enjoy it every time the mail comes.
As mercury pollution threatens our waterways and carbon pollution-fueled climate change worsens extreme weather, we need someone in Washington who knows how to get things done.
Borrowing a theme from Leon Emo, I realized Saturday that you can’t meander on Madera streets anymore.
A fire rapidly spreading through dry grass in the backyard of a home in the 28300 block of Arizona Avenue, just west of Road 28 1/2, destroyed a fence and burned into the back porch of the residence before b
For the 20th year in a row, all of Madera Unified School District’s elementary schools are set to compete in relay races Friday.