Ed Ray, the bus driver who saved 26 Chowchilla schoolchildren kidnapped and buried in a bus in 1976, died Thursday morning. He was 91.
The first graduating class of Madera Community College’s new 12-month nursing program was honored during a pinning ceremony on campus Thursday.
The Madera County Sheriff’s Department’s Ag Crimes Unit is investigating an attempted metal theft on Avenue 9 and Road 33 where suspects fired a gun at the victim before fleeing, authorities said.
Thirteen students were honored for completing the Licensed Vocational Nursing (LVN) program at Madera Community College Center during the school’s ninth pinning ceremony.
Representatives from the Madera County Animal Shelter will be outside Food 4 Less from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
When Madera Coyote swimmer Ashton Gill won the County/Metro Athletic Conference championship Saturday at Bullard-Fresno, he set the time to beat in the Central Section.
After falling behind 2-0 in the third inning, the Madera Coyote softball team closed out the game with 11 straight runs for a Division I first round victory.