Debi Bray, president and executive director of the Madera District Chamber of Commerce, presents her views of business development in Madera:
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The commentary by Glenn Mollette on fitness, obesity, and medical care reminds me of the attitude of the Obamacare rip-off, which is on the fast track to be handled by the IRS.
Former two-time Tri-River Athletic Conference first team selection Courtney Taubert-Materazzi took her talents from the Joe Flores Gym courts in Madera to Monterey and then to Morgantown, W.Va.
If Liberty girls soccer coach Eli Liuba had his way, he would coach the Hawks until he died.
Sunday, June 16 is Father’s Day. If you are planning a barbecue, picnic or any other type of get-together, perhaps you might like some appetizer suggestions, which can be used instead of a large meal.
Sign of the times. The refurbishing and repainting of the almost-historic Farnesi’s sign at Avenue 16 is nearly complete and it is looking like it will last another fifty years.
Mumford & Sons postpone dates due to illness; A first edition of 'The Great Gatsby' sold at auction for $112,500; A long awaited 'Final Fantasy' returns at E3.
Here's the latest news for Wednesday, June 12: Colorado fire forces evacuations; Cleveland kidnap suspect going to court; Turkish police move against protesters; Spurs beat Heat, 113-77.
Two murders and 14 shootings occur at wild ‘fusion’ gatherings in county; teens take drugs and drink alcohol; three suspects in custody, says sheriff