Yard Dogs, Angel Republic to play Sunday
SACRAMENTO — Starting next year, educational facilities used as community centers, schools and office complexes will be able to serve alcohol when students aren’t around — a boon for raising funds, a local p
The Madera Coalition for Community Justice is planning a health and resource fair for Oct. 28 and is now taking applications from those interested in running a booth during the event.
It’s been a busy August for prosecutors in Madera County as, in the last three weeks, five criminals were convicted through jury trials and await sentencing dates.
Among those convicted were:
Four years ago, after she led her team to a Valley Championship, Valeria Martinez entered the UC Merced campus as a freshman not knowing what to expect from her first year, much less the next three.
The Madera Athletic Hall of Fame committee is looking for nominations for its next class of inductees.
“Please help save us from ourselves (regarding groundwater use)!” That’s the message California Farm Bureau President Paul Wenger has been hearing repeatedly around the state. He quotes it everywhere he go