For most of his 36 years with Madera Unified, Mike Lennemann has been running, but on Friday he will be riding.
As the Rim Fire continues to smolder — it’s 84 percent contained — after burning for more than five weeks in Stanislaus National Forest, fire crews from Madera County who have returned from it are reflecting
A Los Banos woman was sentenced to five years in state prison for causing serious injury to a well-known Oakhurst physician when she left a casino and, while intoxicated, hit the victim’s car then fled the s
By Paul Elias
After losing two games to the Bakersfield Drillers in the semifinals of the Madera Classic volleyball tournament on Saturday, Madera Coyote girls volleyball coach Robyn Royston was unhappy with her team’s pl
The points are tripled, the tickets are only $5, and the drama will be at its peak during the LoanMart Madera Speedway’s Championship Night this Saturday, as seven racing classes are on the docket and at lea
It seems unusual to those of us with any memory for how things work that the cell phone giant BlackBerry is being sold for a fraction of what it used to be worth.
Have you ever wondered why back-to-school season coincides with “flu season?” Part of the reason has to do with children moving from an environment where they spend a good deal of time in their own home or o
Pam Grewal is a state certified massage therapist. She graduated from the Milan Institute in Clovis and has now opened her own business at 16930 Road 26 (Country Club Drive).
Before each race I like to ask my running buddies what their goals are. The responses are always interesting.