In my reminiscing about the 1960s, I have dwelled and probably bored you by meanderings into the canyons of my mind back in those smoke-filled days.
Here's the latest news for Friday, November 29th: Shoppers race for bargains on Black Friday; Obama meets immigration protesters on National Mall, White House Christmas Tree arrives at White House, Stocks mi
Prison realignment moves problems from state to local facilities
By Don Thompson
In the frenzy of Black Friday shopping when big-box retailers offer tantalizing discounts to draw hundreds, if not thousands of Maderans to their stores, locally owned, independent businesses can often be an
- Esteban Ramirez of Madera was arrested on or about Nov. 25 in Riverside County on suspicion of felony theft, narcotics, unknown.
I was going through my collection of hats the other day, and wondering whether it was time to go to the store and get a new one. If I do go shopping for a new hat, I think I might take a mirror with me.
There is little doubt about the historical veracity of one statement in the text of a recently vetoed California law that would have required at least some signatures for ballot initiatives to be gathered by
In reference to the Editor’s Corner of Nov.
In a season full of big-time accomplishments and multiple record-breaking performances, the Madera South cross country boys and girls teams have to face one more challenge, perhaps the biggest of them all.
For the sixth year in a row, the Liberty Hawks football team celebrated Thanksgiving by holding morning football practice.
Not that anybody was complaining.