When Ray Hix, the manager of the Madera National Little League champion McDonald’s, looks in the mirror, he’ll have a constant reminder o
Imagine the scene for Little League ballplayer Joel Valdivia in the Minors City Championship game.
Contact, chaos, and more contact.
District 4 Supervisor Max Rodriguez discusses economic development, specifically that which could come from high-speed rail, which he has favor
Sixty-five billion dollars for a “Train to nowhere” ...
“Valley Latinos stuck in poverty.” That was the headline in the June 10th Madera Tribune. It was an AP story, not a local one.
Below are the results of the 4th annual Italian Stallion 2-on-2 beach volleyball tournament, which took place Saturday at Landon Courts t
Most of the tickets for an annual fundraiser to help keep the Fossil Discovery Center’s activities going have been sold.
Eli came to the Madera Veterinary Center (MVC) as a new patient in May. He came in for upper respiratory symptoms and gastrointestinal distress.
Brief Madera hearing held