When I was a kid (Oh boy, here we go, another trip down Memory Lane!), some of the common holiday treats were candied citrus peels and sugared walnuts or pecans.
Here's the latest news for Tuesday, December 10: President Barack Obama remembers Nelson Mandela; General Motors names Mary Barra as CEO; Snow pushes up the Eastern Seaboard; Woman glued to toilet seat at Ho
Two mountain men driving a stolen vehicle woke up behind bars Monday following a 45-minute chase that nearly crossed county lines before ending around midnight in North Fork, authorities said.
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By Don Thompson
Rescheduled from weekend
The Madera County Mock Trial originally scheduled for Saturday has been rescheduled to 1:30 p.m. today at the Madera Courthouse.
High school students sang and played to their heart’s content in a concert to benefit their peers.
Ongoing work on the Madera 99 Rehabilitation Design-Build Project will result in intermittent and continuous closures of some north and southbound ramps between the Gateway Avenue and Ellis Street overcrossi
Edgar Segura and the Mendota Aztecs scored a go-ahead touchdown with 2:40 left in the first half to take a 13-10 lead.
It took some work to get the first one, but it took just a year for the Liberty Hawks football team to add more hardware to its collection.