A former Raymond school board member and the town’s former postmaster has been chosen as the Grand Marshal for the 27th annual Raymond Parade.
Although the Kerman Lions had more hits than the Liberty Hawks softball team, it was Liberty’s two runs in the first inning that made the difference Thursday at Liberty.
After knocking off its cross-town rival, the Madera South boys volleyball team had to turn around and face a Bullard-Fresno team that is competing for a County/ Metro Athletic Conference title.
While the headlines might go to other members of the track and field teams, Madera’s Evan Whitlock and Madera South’s Luis Aguilar are hoping to make their mark when it counts.
After eight matches, only one match remained on the court — No.
City Engineer Keith Helmuth Wednesday night explained his plans to improve some of the city’s streets, but he warned the improvements would only slow the deterioration of some street surfaces.
A Norteño gang member, suspected in the February armed robbery of a Madera grocery store, was arrested Wednesday morning after he was identified by Madera Police Department officers through video surveillanc