A Madera Superior Court jury has convicted Jay Ogamba of Madera of residential burglary, a violent felony, felony possession of methamphetamine, and misdemeanor resisting arrest, according to county official
The Madera Coyotes baseball team earned its fifth win of the season Wednesday, handing the Fresno Warriors a 2-1 defeat.
After 10 years in existence, Liberty High School will start an Athletic Hall of Fame with an induction ceremony set for May 4.
The Madera Coyote boys volleyball team opened its 2013 season Tuesday with a three-set victory over the Reedley Pirates.
Eastin-Arcola High School recently pledged to raise $500 for the nonprofit Leukemia and Lymphoma Society over the course of three weeks through a “Pennies for Patients” fundraiser.
St. Joachim School has taken first in an annual Academic Junior High Decathlon that involved 14 schools within the Catholic Diocese of Fresno.
On the last Wednesday in February, at the end of a special City Council meeting on priorities for the city, there was a general consensus that “we ought to do something about Yosemite Avenue.” Well, here’s a