Powder Puff season is here once again, and many girls have flocked to activities director Sarah Burress’ room, G-13, to sign up for the annual even
The Madera Coyote boys basketball team opened a 15-point first half lead, but held on at the end for a 52-44 victory over the San Joaquin
When a soccer team suffers a one-goal loss, the coach on the losing side can usually look back at the game and point to missed opportunit
The other day, I heard Madera described as “one of those Podunk towns along Highway 99 in the San Joaquin Valley.” I certainly disagree with that d
It seems, every day the local media report rises in unemployment and more citizens applying for welfare.