The North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians announced Monday that its chairwoman, Judy “Elaine” Bethel-Fink, was appointed to a federal position where she will represent California tribes in health matters.
Film, panel discussion planned
While most high school wrestling fans have to pay an admission fee to view this weekend’s CIF State Meet in Bakersfield, the wrestlers competing in that ‘mother of all’ tournaments already paid a price of th
VISALIA — The Madera Coyotes girls basketball team headed into the Div. II quarterfinal game with a little bit of confidence.
The last time the Madera South Stallions played at home, they scored two runs to force extra innings and scored a run in extra innings to forge a tie.
Once in awhile, examples of political perfidy manifest themselves in a way that is hard to believe.
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