A few distraught readers called on Tuesday, wondering where The Red Line had gone, and the answer was, “I don’t know.” All I knew was that the machine that takes the calls apparently had something wrong with
An annual arts and crafts show featuring the works of dozens of Valley artists and crafters is scheduled for Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Holy Spouses Hall, 310 N. I St.
Does anybody remember a character named Loud Mouth Lime, part of a series of powdered drink mixes introduced by Pillsbury in 1964?
Now that it has been so long, the story and mystery of the Malaysian airliner that probably plunged into the Indian Ocean has been relegated to the back pages. Will it ever be found?
The ability to turn dry parched acreage into fertile farmland has transformed land in the Central Valley and especially Madera County from a near barren desert into an oasis of food production.
Spring is a busy time for the agriculture community. Preparing fields for planting takes hard work and technical knowledge.
The Madera Yosemite wine celebration, May 3 and 4, honors the 150th anniversary of Yosemite National Park’s land grant signed by President Abraham Lincoln in 1864.