By Tyler A. Takeda, Ronald Montez and Mark Smith
Many states have so-called three-strikes laws, as does California.
Online comments on a recent Madera Tribune story on a complaint made by a citizen about how the opening prayers in City Council meetings are always given by Christian ministers, but by no other denomination:
Recently, I looked up the origin of the word squash. Most sources indicate it comes from the Narragansett Native American word, askutasquash.
I didn’t like it and most baseball fans didn’t like it. Unless you’re a St. Louis Cardinal fan.
Soroptimist International of Madera will make a financial assistance grant to a woman who is a primary wage earner for her family, and who wants to go back to school.
The new Madera County Courthouse, which will stand on 6th Street just south of the 110 year-old granite building that served as Madera County’s first courthouse, was recognized Monday in an acknowledgement c
Longtime Madera resident JB Overstreet celebrated his 90th birthday with more than 200 guest at a party at Pardini’s Restaurant in Fresno.
OAKHURST — With a key showdown on the horizon, the Liberty Hawks football team easily dispatched undermanned Yosemite-Oakhurst Badgers in the North Sequoia League opener.
Proposition 31 would make some moderate reforms to the state’s budgeting process — reforms which some other states have figured out long ago.