“Woke up Sunday morning with no way to hold my head that didn’t hurt.” Wait, that was a line from a Johnny Cash song.
This weekend, visitors to Eagle Field, a few miles west of Firebaugh, will be transported back to the 1940s and America’s Greatest Generation with the 2013 Dinner-Dance and Fly-in.
When Ines Anita Rojas, 20, of Madera, gave birth to her daughter Isabella four years ago, she didn’t know how she would be able to stay in school and provide for her child.
Residents honored fallen service members and the family of one of Madera’s own was recognized by a state lawmaker during an annual Memorial Day service on Monday.
This year’s Madera County Grand Jury produced 11 reports, most of which are regarding Madera County Government, which will be accumulated and published in the Final Report document at the end of the jury’s t
A son watched his teary-eyed mother as a stylist cut and shaved off the dark brown locks from her head in front of hundreds of people in an annual fundraiser for childhood cancer research.
Madera South graduate Karina Arvizu, 20, says earning Planned Parenthood’s Morgan Scholarship two years in a row helped jumpstart her higher education.