Students of the month given movie tickets, dinner
FRESNO — With the two-day Peggy Renberg Tournament upon the Madera Coyote girls soccer team, head coach Garrett Perez hopes to develop more chemistry within his team.
Former Madera Coyote and Fresno City College women’s soccer player Lesslee Hernandez completed her junior season with the Palm Beach Atlantic Sailfish women’s soccer team.
FRESNO — Just four games into the season, new Liberty girls soccer coach Erick Walker is still trying to figure out how to separate the Horanic twins.
The news of the past couple of days leaves me relieved that I’ve never been offered a job as a North Korean big shot.
As the new year approaches, a new era also looms for California medicine, and the changes are not due only to the Affordable Health Care Act, better known as Obamacare.
By Marylin Hall
A road crew has blocked off access to Howard Road from Pine Street. Longtime Maderans know this goofy intersection as HOPY. The acronym stands for Howard Road, Olive Avenue, Pine and Yosemite streets.
A school cafeteria opened later than usual to feed 1,500 people — James Monroe Elementary students and their families — in a community-wide effort to spread holiday cheer.
“Be perfect, be of good comfort, be of one mind, live in peace; and the God of love and peace shall be with you.”
— 2nd Corinthians 13:11