Should it be against the law for one to lie about one’s military service — in essence to lie about having received military honors? Congress made it illegal in 2006, and that law is now before the U.S.
Galen Livermore, who recently announced his candidacy for a seat on the Madera Unified School Board, has blasted the school district’s administration with accusations of subterfuge in the preparation of its
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By Tyler Takeda and Ronald Montez
Throughout the season the Madera Coyote boys soccer team used a lot of skill, but also had some luck in winning the County/Metro Athletic Conference and earning a No. 3 seed in the Division I playoffs.
Though the Madera South boys basketball team hosted its first playoff game in the program’s history, it was the lower-seeded Dinuba that played like the team with home-court advantage.
President Obama is taking credit for tax legislation that has yet to reach his desk, and that’s okay. He wants people to know he is interested in tax cuts, and it’s an election year ...