More than 100 lunches were provided to Pershing Elementary School staff free-of-charge on Wednesday for their continued work with special
Firefighters working to contain the state’s third-largest wildfire in history have made significant progress over the last week, a U.S.
A man who said he was on his way to San Francisco was arrested in Oakhurst earlier this week when a deputy saw him lounging in the trunk
In its first real match of the season, the Liberty Hawks girls volleyball team came away with a resounding victory to open the home porti
The Madera South Stallions girls volleyball team, which sports nine sophomores and juniors on its roster, grew up quickly in a 3-1 victor
The gargantuan tractors line up on a 300-foot track of hardened dirt with a 38,000-pound sled behind them.
It would appear that now, instead of launching a carefully aimed razor-sharp strike at Syria over that country’s use of poison gas on its citizens,
“Be with me, Beauty, for the fire is dying;
My dog and I are old, too old for roving.
Water Connection claimed the championship title for the 2013 Madera Men’s Summer Softball League after playoff games this week at the Sun
Some local residents are set to shake and shuffle as they bring in money to help a Maderan who has been diagnosed with lupus and cancer.