Bobby Aulakh of Madera has graduated with honors from American University of Antigua College of Medicine in the Caribbean.
Four newly sworn-in deputies and two promotions were announced Wednesday by Sheriff John Anderson. All six are area natives.
As today is the National Day of Prayer, it seems appropriate to comment on the day and on its implications for us as individuals and as a people.
Every time that I have to drive over SR99 on Cleveland Avenue, I wonder what kind of twisted mind dreamed up that jumble of lanes that makes up the overpass.
A dream to become homeowners officially came true Tuesday morning for a Madera family of three.
As part of the National Day of Prayer on Thursday, the Madera Ministerial Association will host its annual Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast and Senior Celebration, with a retired baseball All-Star from Fresno set to
Redevelopment administrative assistant retires after 14 years
Sandi Brown isn’t a typical secretary. She is more like Jim Taubert’s right hand.
The last time the Madera baseball team faced Bullard-Fresno, the Coyotes suffered a forgettable 7-2 loss to the defending Div. I section champion Knights.
The newly-formed Liberty Athletic Hall of Fame will induct its first class on Saturday at a dinner/dance at D&D Ranch at 38484 Avenue 12.
The Madera Coyote softball team took advantage of seven Sanger Apache errors Tuesday to invoke the mercy rule for the second time in three games at Zimmerman Field.