After a sloppy first quarter last week, the Liberty Hawks football team cleaned up its game in the second half and hope they don’t have a repeat tonight against the Fowler Redcats.
By Roger Munoz
A clash between two rushing offenses, the Chowchilla Redskins hope to contain the high-scoring offense of the Central Valley Christian-Visalia Cavaliers.
After opening with three straight home games, the Madera South football team will play its first game away from Memorial Stadium when it travels to Exeter.
One of the perks of representing your country at the United Nations General Assembly is that you will get to splurge — really splurge — on your hotel room during your stay.
A 9-year-old boy from Madera Pee Wee cries on the way home from a game in Reedley after the coach put him in the game for one play at the end of the last quarter.
I was taken aback after reading the headlines and article in Friday’s Tribune that the MUSD trustees refused to clarify the language in the $70 million school bond that they will be asking us to vote on in t
Chowchilla residents are being urged to change their irrigation controllers to a new watering schedule as the Chowchilla City Council moves to comply with the state’s emergency regulations for water conserva