When Ray Hix, the manager of the Madera National Little League champion McDonald’s, looks in the mirror, he’ll have a constant reminder of what his team accomplished Saturday.
Imagine the scene for Little League ballplayer Joel Valdivia in the Minors City Championship game.
Contact, chaos, and more contact.
That’s what defined the LoanMart Madera Speedway’s Ceja Drilling 200 Enduro Saturday night as drivers piled on the bumps, spinouts, and incredibly-tight racing.
District 4 Supervisor Max Rodriguez discusses economic development, specifically that which could come from high-speed rail, which he has favored, often alone, since the first news of the project.
Sixty-five billion dollars for a “Train to nowhere” ... $30 billion for “water tunnels.” Not one dime, though, for developmentally disabled children of California.
“Valley Latinos stuck in poverty.” That was the headline in the June 10th Madera Tribune. It was an AP story, not a local one.
Below are the results of the 4th annual Italian Stallion 2-on-2 beach volleyball tournament, which took place Saturday at Landon Courts to raise money for the Landon Guglielmana Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Most of the tickets for an annual fundraiser to help keep the Fossil Discovery Center’s activities going have been sold.
Eli came to the Madera Veterinary Center (MVC) as a new patient in May. He came in for upper respiratory symptoms and gastrointestinal distress.
Brief Madera hearing held