When the Madera High School graduates of 1963 meet in October to celebrate their 50th class reunion, there can be no doubt that some of them will turn back the clock to that night a half century ago when the
A few days ago, Ronn Dominici, long-time CHP officer and retired Madera County Supervisor from District 3, dropped by to chat about the good old days, especially those halcyon days at Madera High in the 1960
SCHOOL DISTRICT ASKS EMPLOYEES FOR HELP ON HEALTH COSTS — Madera Unified School officials are asking teachers and staff this year to shoulder the burden of crushing health insurance cost increases.
Lewis Wofford sat down on the front steps of his little cabin in eastern Madera County.
It has been more than 50 years since that foggy night in Toledo, Ohio, when a Cal Poly fullback from Madera High School climbed into a twin-engine C-46 with the rest of the team.
In 1917, Herman Brammer and his son, Will, decided to expand their shoe store and build that three-story, brick building that still stands on the north side of Yosemite Avenue.
War fever swept Madera in the spring and summer of 1917. America had entered World War I, and the local boys were not going to shirk their duty, least of all Herbert Macon.