By the time the Liberty Hawks boys soccer team played its final game of Bakersfield’s Garces Holiday Soccer Festival, it was left with just 12 available players.
With all the difficulties that have faced President Obama in the introduction of the so-called Affordable Care Act (or Unaffordable Care Act, as it is turning out for some folks), it is tempting to wonder ho
John Barnett was one of Madera’s most colorful lawmen.
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"And that there be no divisions among you; but that ye be perfectly joined together in the same mind and in the same judgment."
— I Corinthians 1:10
The City of Madera hosted 11 teams and drew nearly 500 participants and spectators to Madera’s Sunrise Rotary Sports Complex at its 2nd annual Ham Slam Softball Tournament.
Here's the latest news for Thursday, December 26th: American hostage pleas to Obama; Amazon offers refunds to customers for delays; Thailand protests lead to violence; furniture made from airplane parts beco
Teen victim reportedly died shielding his brother
Volunteers serve hundreds of meals to Maderans
It’s cotton plowdown time again. In Madera County, all cotton stalks must be shredded, uprooted and plowed by Dec. 31.