Here's the latest news for Friday, February 28, 2014: Ukraine crisis deepens; dangerously cold weather gripping the U.S., with more snow expected this weekend; Rio de Janeiro's Carnival celebration kicks off
California was lashed Friday by heavy rains that the parched state so desperately needs, though with the soaking came traffic snarls, power outages and the threat of mudslides.
Starting Saturday, the City of Madera will enter Stage II of its Water Shortage Contingency Plan, and residents who refuse to comply with restricted watering days and other measures could pay fines or have t
By Fenit Nirappil
Golden Valley Unified School District board president Mona Diaz has thrown her hat into the proverbial ring, running for the District 1 county supervisor seat to be vacated at year’s end by incumbent Manuel
All Star ring also found
VISALIA — After two losses to the Clovis West Golden Eagles to open the season, the Madera Coyote softball team bounced back with three straight victories to open the Redwood Invitational.
Several people have lost their lives in Madera and Fresno counties over the past week due to one of the most common — and dangerous — traffic violations: Running stop signs.
Ray Pool is one of Madera County’s most respected farmers. For more than 60 years he has worked his land to produce a variety of crops, including almonds, grapes, alfalfa, cotton and corn.
In this month’s edition of Central Valley Ag News we are honoring the Madera District Chamber of Commerce Senior Farmer Ray Pool.