A Fresno County judge decided Wednesday that Harry Baker, the former Madera County supervisor facing trial for alleged child molestation, was incompetent to continue court proceedings and suspended the crimi
Youth members of a national civil rights organization invite the public to their African-American history program filled with dance and choir performances as well as a living museum Saturday at Martin Luther
A leadership group from Thomas Jefferson Middle School will hold Dr. Seuss themed activities at the Madera library Saturday in conjunction with Read Across America.
Yosemite National Park Superintendent Don Neubacher looked across the forest of mostly young faces in front of him and said the park’s 125th birthday celebration should be focused on youth rather than on the
Although Madera Coyote boys volleyball head coach Rhonda Jefferson’s team has played in 14 matches this season, the Coyotes still haven’t been able to get over the experience wall in a three-set loss to the
The McNally Park Jesse Owens Games will celebrate the start of their 28th and final year with a kickoff rally this weekend, according to its founder and director, City Councilman Donald Holley.