How often do you look in the mirror? If you are like me, you probably don’t count all the times.
Imagine a troop of U.S. marshals trying to move aside the cadre of California Highway Patrol officers assigned to protect Gov. Jerry Brown and carry him off to a federal lockup.
Reading The Red Line in Tuesday’s edition, I see I got smacked pretty hard by someone who thinks I’m an idiot for promoting fireworks.
“Grant misery to me, my Lord and my God,” my mother prayed repeatedly Thursday morning. She meant “mercy.” But her dark malapropism didn’t alarm me.
“Do not neglect to do good and to share what you have, for such sacrifices are pleasing to God.”
— Hebrews 13:16
The next move in a long-running dispute between three factions claiming leadership over the Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi Indians is back in the hands of federal officials.
Fifty local college students gained employment Thursday through a job fair set up by the California Teaching Fellows Foundation, which will place them in vital positions mentoring Madera’s youth.
Guests at this year’s Madera Community Hospital Foundation’s annual dinner-dance will dance and dine in prom attire representative of their high school glory days, organizers announced this week.
FRESNO — Fresh off a District 2 championship, the Madera 15-year-old Babe Ruth All-Stars will compete in today’s Central California State Tournament at Bullard-Fresno High School.
There’s nothing like an early start. Already, two high-profile candidates have made it clear they will go after the District 1 position on the Board of Supervisors in next year’s election.