Here's the latest news for Friday, March 2nd: Severe Weather hits South; Red Cross stopped in Syria; Classes resume at Ohio high school; One-armed basketball phenom.
The Madera County District Attorney’s Office has decided not to proceed with a criminal fraud case against former Chowchilla mayor and longtime area businessman Thomas Dubose, DA Michael Keitz said Thursday.
A Chowchilla man died from a stab wound he suffered during a fight with his stepfather, the Madera County Sheriff’s Department reported.
Three Madera residents will undergo hernia surgery today — and won’t have to pay a dime of the bill — through Kaiser Permanente Fresno’s new free surgery program.
Women will give sunscreen, lip balms to homeless
Cosmetics saleswomen will serve food at a Madera soup kitchen and give sunscreen and lip balm to the homeless this weekend.
St. Joachim School kids show projects at annual fair
Students presented conclusions to questions they’ve asked for months in a science fair on Thursday at St. Joachim Elementary.
Country Villa Madera residents read to students at Nishimoto Preschool on Thursday to celebrate the birthday of Theodor Geisel, known to most as Dr. Seuss.
A Madera resident will play the lead role of Leo Frank in Playhouse Merced’s upcoming musical production “Parade,” which opens today for a three-week run.
Free screening for orthopedic impairments such as scoliosis will be given to children from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday.
An inferno of flames stabbed at the darkness on Monday, Sept. 10, 1973.