Last weekend I had the extraordinary pleasure of attending Roger Rocka’s Dinner Theater in Fresno for the musical “9 to 5.” This 1970s retrospective highlights the glass ceiling faced by women in the workpla
I want to share my delight in being a citizen of Madera! I am still a “new kid on the block,” only being here a few years due to my appointment as a pastor at the Madera United Methodist Church.
A decision or vote by any of our five Madera County Supervisors affects us all regardless of district or political affiliation.
On Friday, the family and friends of Brooke Wissler gathered at Jay Chapel for her memorial, following her death Jan. 15 at age 87.
Am I getting fruity? Driving east on Avenue 12, going to Fresno just past the college, there is a sign advertising Gabby’s Fruit Stand.
It was 1966 — 50 years ago. I was through with school, high school anyway. San Francisco called and I stumbled (literally) into a newly happening scene that later would become known as Haight-Ashbury.
By Patsy Mejia
Congratulations to Stallion soccer girls for their 2-1 win on Wednesday. Bleed purple and black!
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