I am one of those people who never thinks he looks good in a photo. That is in spite of who may have taken the photo, or how good the photographer is.
New proposal scales back design, speeds construction
Madera County Superior Court Judge Eric C. Wyatt died Saturday at age 45 after a three-year battle with cancer.
The Madera County Food Bank announced Monday that it is delaying for two weeks a senior nutrition program due to insufficient amounts of produce.
Hundreds of Maderans received free health information and watched Zumba and karate demonstrations during the 20th annual Picnic in the Park on Monday.
Sentencing is slated for April 19 for a Madera man convicted of two felony counts of burglary, Madera County District Attorney Michael Keitz said.
Crystal M. Nash of Madera was arrested on or about March 25 in Fresno County on suspicion of felony theft, petty theft and other charges.
I t was about 5 o’clock in the afternoon and folks were just beginning to come to town for their Saturday evening social gatherings on main street. That is what Yosemite Avenue was like in 1902.
They called him “Tail Gunner Joe,” in derision, claiming that he was never in combat during World War II.
Two Dairyland Elementary School students garnered first place honors for their submissions in the California-Hawaii Elks Association State Drug Awareness Program essay and poster contest.