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EDITOR'S NOTE: Last in a three-part series on the loss of middle-class jobs in the wake of the Great Recession, and the role of technology.
More than 300 Madera residents gathered inside Hatfield Hall at the Madera District Fairgrounds on Thursday afternoon to celebrate dozens of cultures and religious faiths as part of the Madera Coalition for
By Adrienne Roberts
In a County/Metro Athletic Conference match that featured two of the section’s premier defenses, the Madera and Madera South boys soccer teams met for the first time as league foes on top of being familiar c
The Madera South Stallion boys found themselves in a nine-point hole at halftime of a basketball game where every possession mattered and were able to pull out a 35-34 overtime victory over the San Joaquin M
The Liberty girls basketball team suffered a hefty defeat at the hands of the Sierra High Chieftains, falling 54-18 at home in a North Sequoia League game marked by physical play.