Madera South Stallions softball coach Peter Gallegos looked on the scored and saw his team trailing 2-1, heading into the bottom of the second inning against winless San Joaquin Memorial-Fresno in the County
For the Madera South Stallions baseball team, it was either the Bullard Knights’ bats or the 20 mile-and-hour winds that annoyed them in a County/Metro Athletic Conference match up at Eddie Chapa Field.
This idea could be terrific for Madera. It’s already being recommended by the California High-Speed Rail staff to the rail authority’s board of directors.
A call to all veterans in Madera County to take notice of the re-election campaign for Supervisor for District 3, Rick Farinelli.
Thank you, President Barack Obama, for finally taking the face of Andrew Jackson, a murdering slave owner and freedom opposer, off the $20 bill.
More depressing news on the local front: We need jobs and we need to keep the money that we pay in salaries and benefits to government and school district executives and employees to remain local if we are e
Jim Gunn, Madera High’s drama teacher and director of the school’s production of “Arsenic and Old Lace,” calls this play “an old-fashioned, silly and unpretentious story.”