Madera County property owners will get a small reprieve this month. Their second tax installment is due 24 hours later than normal, at 5 p.m., Monday, April 11.
EASTON — With three victories over the past two days, the Madera Coyote softball team advanced to the semifinals of the third annual Washington Union Softball Invitational.
As a coincidence in its schedule, the Madera South Stallions softball team played the Sunnyside-Fresno Wildcats for the second game in a row after eight days off.
When the Madera baseball team faced San Joaquin Memorial-Fresno in a County/Metro Athletic Conference clash, both squads played in an unexpected double header and more.
The Madera South Stallions baseball team fell into a hole early and couldn’t recover in a 9-1 County/Metro Athletic Conference loss to Bullard-Fresno at Eddie Chapa Field.
In a match that lasted just under an hour, the Madera Coyotes boys volleyball team put away the Hoover-Fresno Patriots in three sets to close out its nonconference schedule.
The mood about Madera and Madera County was optimistic at the State of the County luncheon this week.