Chevy models shined as local car enthusiasts from Madera Classic Cars brought their custom cars, hot rods and restored cars and trucks to Lions Town and Country Park on Saturday to benefit the Relay For Life
A local university is looking for some young Madera poets who want to turn their writing into dollars.
Dan Whistler, president of Jay Chapel, recognized Les Riffel for 40 years of service to families in Madera. Riffel began his employment at Jay Chapel in April 1973.
Yvonne Ruiz and Eric LiCalsi of Madera have announced plans to wed.
Madera youth staged a local protest this past week to coincide with a national call for immigration reform. About 60 people gathered at Courthouse Park with posters and American flags.
Looking through my closet (an activity that always results in vows to “clean this thing up”), I noticed recently that fewer labels on clothing items bear the label “Made in China” than used to be the case.
I am writing this letter to those people who use “meth” and think that they can get away with it. My name is Ralph Isaac Teran, an ex-gang member and ex-meth user.
I want to thank all the extraordinary people who volunteered on Love Madera Day, April 27.
I have just read that the contract for building the slow-speed train from Madera to Fresno was awarded to Tutor-Perini, a company controlled by Richard Blum (Sen. Diane Feinstein’s husband) by Gov.
Perhaps the teachable moment in the Public Comments portion of the April 23 Madera County Board of Supervisors meeting was when Professor Baldwin Moy, Esq., observed that the board might be cannibalizing its