Madera High students who graduated as far back as the 1940s came together this month to laugh, share memories, and ultimately raise money for the Coyotes football team at the school’s second annual alumni di
A would-be electric-car manufacturing business in Mississippi is in the news because Hillary Rodham Clinton is running for president. You may have read or heard what the connection is.
In his Aug. 5 column, Chuck Doud writes about the prisoners and their hunger strikes. He felt that murderers and rapists get what they deserve in prison — good riddance, whatever that means.
More than 40 Maderans gathered at the pavilion area of Lions Town and Country Park early Saturday morning for the first Walk with a Doc event held in the community.
Air Force Airman Alexander R. Beesley, a 2012 Madera High School graduate, has completed basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio, Texas.
There was no shortage of fly-by speed and skilled racing Saturday night as the LoanMart Madera Speedway hosted the Winged World Series, presented by Pabst Blue Ribbon.
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SACRAMENTO — California’s high-speed rail project is no longer subject to the state’s rigorous environmental laws after a federal transportation board ruled that it has oversight of the project, the state at
When Madera Unified schools open up to students on Monday morning, the young scholars won’t have to worry about their teachers not being there.
Crews continue to make progress against a blaze that has charred more than 22,000 acres of the Sierra National Forest, an update from the U.S. Forest Service said Friday.