A four-day camp for young adults diagnosed with muscular dystrophy has asked volunteers to sign up and help make the trip more memorable for a growing number of guests.
Forty-two sixth grade students were recognized for attending John J.
MADERA RANCHOS — Ranchos Middle School promoted 140 students this month. The list is as follows.
Nothing is more crucial to goal-oriented training than motivation, and nothing is more motivating than another runner — or a whole group of them — promising to meet you for a run.
In its 10th year hosting a Ride for the Cure, a local motorcycle ministry raised $3,415.60, which was donated to Children’s Hospital Central California.
Here's the latest news for Wednesday, June 11: House Majority Leader Eric Cantor to resign from leadership following a surprise defeat, new video details separate shootings in Las Vegas, and a Texas hom
Elected Madera County Auditor-Controller Todd Miller won’t have to wait until January to assume office.