Last year, the Liberty Hawks football team had a magical season that ended with a Div. V Valley Championship, the first football title in the school’s history.
After finishing last season without a victory, the Madera South football team is hoping for a bounce-back year when it officially kicks off in the opener tonight at Kerman High.
At 11 o’clock on the evening of Jan. 21, 1911, the Honorable George G. Goucher died in Madera, and with his passing the Valley lost one of its social pillars and active political leaders.
I must admit I got a chuckle out of a Red Line caller’s message this week. The gentleman began with the description of picking up his morning San Francisco Chronicle.
“But seek ye first the Kingdom of God, and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added unto you.”
— Matthew 6:33
Maderans can learn how to butcher a deer this month in a four-hour class taught by artisan butcher and longtime Central Valley resident Bill McCann.
Here's the latest news for Thursday, September 5: Obama meets world leaders at G20; President lobbies members of congress from Russia; Massive pileup on foggy UK bridge; Girl panda cub announced at National
With his 18th birthday only a week away, Jorge Navarro of Madera walked homeward with his girlfriend and another male friend along Road 27, near Martin Street.
Los Lobos to replace Los Lonely Boys
Cause still unknown