A Madera County Superior Court jury found Rafael Ramirez, 31, and his brother Armando Ramirez, 18, both of Madera, guilty this week of residential robbery, residential burglary, assault and criminal threats,
After eight years of wearing the purple and black while supporting the Stallions, Madera South athletic director Marty Bitter may have to find a different wardrobe with his new job as the Director of Athleti
In volleyball, the setter position is similar to the quarterback spot in football.
The Bitcoin people seem to be having terrible problems lately. The federal government in all its enforcement entities is ganging up on the Bitcoin business.
Few topics divide California as consistently or as evenly as the death penalty. The last time voters had their say on it, they opted by a vote of just over 51-49 percent to keep it around.
Has there ever been a more intriguing title for a musical than “Urinetown?” Probably not, and perhaps that’s one of the reasons it will have a successful run in Madera after Thursday night’s hilarious openin
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