A retired California Highway Patrol Officer has been selected the June Rotarian of the Month for the Madera Rotary Club.
My roommates — the beautiful, long-haired, blonde siren named Starlight and Eric, the Nasty — and I sat outside the I-Thou Coffee Shop on the 1700
INDIAN TROUBLE — Three generations of the Chukchansi tribe of Indians were spectators in Judge Conley’s court this morning, where the trial of Sam
A local band hoping to raise funds to help a charitable organization focused on aiding people in a southeastern European country is set t
The 15-year-old boys charged with the murder of a 16-year-old boy during a gang shooting in April waived their right to a speedy trial We
Victim evades bullets, but injured in crash
At an age when many employees are preparing for retirement, Perry Davis, now 81, enrolled in a program to find a job.
Nathan La Mattina says a vision from God inspired him to start an organization to help the youth of Madera.
Descendants of a Madera County woman who in 1984 was stipulated the only recognized member of the Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi In
A 44-year-old Madera man suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol failed to stop for traffic at State Route 145 and Avenue 12