Here's the latest news for Sunday, December 8th: Icy glaze and snow moving South to North; Nelson Mandela remembered in prayers; Protesters topple Lenin statue; Giant Christmas Stollen unveiled.
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Since he officially took over as director of Madera County’s Department of Behavioral Health Services in the middle of November, Dennis Koch has had a little more than three weeks to meet with his staff and
One local high school band is making a name for itself statewide, recently earning a finalist title and today heading to Oakland to participate in a nationally televised invitation-only parade.
Even as temperatures dropped below 40 degrees during an icy cold snap, thousands of dedicated Maderans lined up along Yosemite Avenue this week to enjoy the 20th annual Candlelight Parade and Wine Stroll.
Twenty-two of the best cross country teams in the United States have converged in Portland, Ore., for today’s Nike Cross National race in Portland Meadows.
Led by co-captain Kelsee Montagna (Madera), Cabrillo College will battle for the California Community College Athletic Association women’s volleyball championship today at 2 p.m.
By Amy Taxin
When the Madera South boys basketball team faced Chowchilla in a battle of Madera County schools, it was a clutch 3-pointer by Redskin guard Lorenzo Cuevas with 2:24 left in the fourth quarter that turned ou
Madera mixed martial arts fighter Zoila (Frausto) Gurgel will head into the octagon tonight in Kansas City for the Invicta Fighting Championships for a women’s MMA world championship tripleheader.