This scribe can only hope none of his descendants are around.
Josh Thornton, a senior Madera High School student working towards his Eagle Scout rank with the Boy Scouts of America, describes himself as severely autistic and has had to deal with numerous misconceptions
In response to smoke from massive wildfires and conditions that increase ozone levels, air officials issued an alert for Monday through Wednesday for all eight counties of the San Joaquin Valley including Ma
The four-day run of the 2013 Madera District Fair last week drew about 52,000 people to the fairgrounds.
Human remains found at a North Fork home late last week were identified Monday by Madera County Sheriff John Anderson, with both the victim’s brother and sister-in-law behind bars in connection to the death.
In a shady grove at the Madera Fairgrounds, just as their past Breakfast Lions Club members have done since the early 1970s, George Hatfield, Scott Gonzalez, Gerry Sullivan and a dozen current members and ma
FARMERSVILLE — The Farmersville Aztecs had just scored their second touchdown of the third quarter to cut the Liberty Hawks lead to 29-21.
KERMAN — In the season opener for the Madera South football team, the Stallions came into the game against Kerman trying to reverse the losing trend from last year’s winless campaign.
With the help of her schoolmates, a 9-year-old Madera girl raised hundreds of dollars in change for Children’s Hospital Central California as part of a radiothon hosted by a Fresno country station.
A tip of the hat is due to Madera District Fair general manager Scott Sample and his excellent crew for putting on another terrific exhibition.