The Madera MethodWagon Train will hit the trail today as it heads for the Raymond parade on Saturday, and it looks like on this trip everybody will stay dry.
The 21st annual Raymond Parade committee has chosen longtime residents John and Linda Crippen as this year’s Grand Marshals.
Gary Moran might want to think about investing in a Bekins van.
When Sophia Rios first attended Madera South High School during freshmen orientation, she wasn’t thinking about running for the cross country team.
After 12 days of inactivity, the Madera Coyote softball team certainly dusted off the cobwebs that had been building up against Sanger and San Joaquin Memorial-Fresno to open the County/Metro Athletic Confer
After finishing the Selma Kiwanis Tournament over spring break in fourth place, the Liberty Hawks baseball team continued its winning ways with victories over Washington Union-Easton and Yosemite-Oakhurst in
Not everyone gets a chance at the “one that got away.”
The Thomas Jefferson’s eighth grade baseball team was hoping for a third chance in two weeks against Kerman Middle School.
The Madera City Council Wednesday night got a closeup of how some of the best thinkers in the city view the high-speed rail project: They want the City Council to go on record against having the tracks run t
Today, I sat with my sister who has cancer, and read The Madera Tribune, and wondered: What are the citizens of Madera doing for the people who have given their tax dollars to support our town?
Eugenio Ferretti and Maria Ceccarelli were married in 1920 in Marlia in the Italian Province of Lucca, and in February 1921, they left Italy for America.