The discovery of 200 marijuana plants growing near the Berenda Slough in Chowchilla gave new meaning to ‘weed abatement’, sheriff’s officials say.
Peggy Haupt was teaching drama students how to breathe properly when she heard a pop from her own lungs.
“Magic sometimes happens, and it happened tonight,” said Frank April, who was one of 75 people who gathered at the Vineyard Restaurant on Wednesday to hear Frank (Tony) Bergon share some unique insights into
For the first time since the 2006 season, the Madera Cross Country Invitational will be held at Lions Town and Country Park.
Although she’s been at the helm since November, former Madera Coyote Courtney (Taubert) Materazzi was officially named the women’s volleyball coach at Fairmont State University in West Virginia on Wednesday.
The Wall Street Journal has reported that orange juice may be on the way out. This will come as a shock to Mrs. Doud, who buys a lot of orange juice (with pulp).
The Madera Unified School District will put before the voters in November a request to approve Measure G, a $70 million bond for the purpose of constructing a new high school to alleviate overcrowding and av