The California gold rush was still in its infancy when Californians sat down to write their state constitution in 1849, and even in those rough and tumble frontier days, public education was at the fore of e
Took my gal to see the movie “Noah” this week. We didn’t go for the inspiration, or the story we already had learned in Sunday school, but just to experience what it was like to see rain again.
Adanely Bermudez, a sixth grader at Parkwood Elementary School has been chosen Student of the Month for April by the Sunrise Rotary Club.
Cites district’s belief in teachers
The Madera County Sheriff’s nationally recognized Citizen on Patrol unit gained six new volunteers, sworn in Tuesday evening by Sheriff John Anderson, to form the 20th class of COP cadets.
“Brown is the new Green,” said Madera County Planning Director Norman Allinder as he gave support to a plan to form a county-wide joint powers authority to manage groundwater in Madera County.
The Fresno man killed Tuesday morning in a rollover crash on Avenue 12 just west of State Route 41 has been identified as Cole Alexander Peveto, 22.