With only one week remaining before the County/Metro Athletic Conference championship meet in Fresno, both the Madera and Madera South cross country teams got a final chance to compete on their hometown cour
It was a match of two teams going in different directions in the regular season girls volleyball finale.
Former Madera South cross country runner, freshman Cristal Rivera, placed 22nd for Fresno Pacific on Nov. 2 at the PacWest Championships in San Rafael.
I can’t recall ever meeting an American veteran who did not reflect courage. I don’t mean the courage of having been in battle, although I’ve known plenty who have fought for this country.
Just in case anyone doubts the need for a lot more transparency in political fund-raising, a remarkable settlement just obtained by California’s campaign finance watchdog and accompanying demands for disgorg
“Even if you are on the right track, you’ll get run over if you just sit there.”
— Author unknown
Standing together near the runway of the former Royal Air Force and United States 8th Air Force airfield used in World War II, it is not hard for Maderans Vern and Kathy Lund to imagine a flight of B-17 heav
Monday is the 95th anniversary of the armistice that ended World War I.
The Fresno State Bulldog marching band will lead the Fresno Veterans Day Parade in downtown Fresno at 11 a.m. Monday while other student groups also observe the occasion over the weekend.
Here's the latest news for Friday, November 8th: Kerry tempers reports of optimism on Iran nuclear talks, Record-breaking typhoon strikes the Philippines; U.S.