There has been some dispute over whether the labor shortages California farmers reported over the last few years are real. It turns out they are very real, but that doesn’t quiet the skeptics.
The North Fork Tribe of Mono Indians is one step closer to building an off-reservation casino near State Route 99 and Avenue 17 in northern Madera, after the California Assembly narrowly ratified the tribe’s
Hundreds of senior citizens flocked to Town and Country Park on Thursday morning for the second week of the Madera Food Bank’s Senior Nutrition and Produce Program (SNAPP), where 20 volunteers handed out eve
Congressman Jeff Denham was set to hold a high-speed rail public hearing in the Madera County Board of Supervisors’ chambers later this month — until Board Chairman Max Rodriguez changed his mind and denied
Applications are being accepted for a vacant position at the Madera Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO).
National Day of Prayer was celebrated Thursday in Madera with the annual Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast.
About 40 residents gathered on the steps of the Madera County Museum at Courthouse Park on Thursday during the noontime community prayer event to pray for the nation and city to have prosperity and strength.
Madera County residents turned in 60 pounds of unwanted prescription medications to the Madera County Sheriff’s office during a National Prescription Drug Take-Back Program last month, Sheriff John Anderson
Although it may have been a brief comeback for martial arts fighter Louie Razo, the 59-year-old could definitely say it was a successful one.
Liberty High School will host Jack Renkens of Recruiting Realties to inform athletes and their parents about the realities of college recruiting.