A solemn and dignified annual memorial ceremony was held in Courthouse Park Wednesday to remember and honor local law enforcement officers who were killed in the line of duty in Madera.
Three Madera County Sheriff’s deputies received state commendations for their role in two unlicensed contractor stings last month in Coarsegold, Sheriff John Anderson announced Thursday.
Five days after the 2005 Liberty Hawks were honored for leaving a legacy on the field as the first team in school history to win a Valley Championship, the 2013 version of the Hawks wrote their own legacy.
Lisa Bennett, the Madera Coyote diving coach for the last 20 years, is anything but boastful about her prolific career and the effect it’s had on the team’s continued success.
Madera has lost another link to its pioneer past. Robert C. Pitman died Saturday morning, following a short hospital stay.
I’ve had three terrific mothers (I guess ol’ dad, kept trying for perfection) and, along the way, an amazing mother-in-law.
We’ve all heard complaints from people who don’t think the city and Caltrans are moving ahead quickly enough with all the road work that’s under way right now, but I don’t think those complaints are justifie
The California Assembly Bill 109 enacted by the Legislature in October 2011 has proven disastrous to the citizens of California.
Citing a law that provides victims with rights and due process, at least 100 people raised signs and photographs of the late Krista-Rae Pike as they marched Wednesday around Courthouse Park.
Opening statements and initial evidence were given Wednesday afternoon in the case of Jose Luis Matador, the Madera man who pled not guilty in an attempted murder two years ago when authorities allege he wal