Liberty baseball pitcher Connor Brogdon did all he could to keep the Central Valley Christian-Visalia Cavaliers off the scoreboard. All he needed was his team to score a run.
The Madera South Stallion baseball team proved to the Central Section seeding committee that its No. 11 rank was wrong.
After celebrating a Central Valley Athletic League championship last week, Thomas Jefferson Middle School eighth grade baseball coach Lance Leach had to text his players that the game had to be replayed.
You may have noticed that Valley First Credit Union, which has moved to its new digs at 126 N. D St., plans to hold a Shred Day today, starting at 10 a.m.
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Sheriff ’s report: Burglaries and murders up from 2010 figures
A 21-year-old Madera man convicted of second degree murder with gang enhancements has been sentenced to 40 years to life in state prison, Madera County District Attorney Michael Keitz said Tuesday.