When curiosity about competitive running got the best of a young Uriel Cabanas, he had no idea, at the time, that it would be his ticket
Next Wednesday is one of my banner days. June 12, 1995, I started work at The Madera Tribune as a retail advertising sales executive.
The record-setting temperatures of 105 to 109 degrees predicted for this weekend have animal shelter personnel concerned and anticipating
“A person’s a person, no matter how small!” So wrote children’s writer Theodor Geisel (1904-1991), better known as Dr. Seuss.
SACRAMENTO — The board that oversees California’s High-Speed Rail Authority on Thursday unanimously approved a nearly $1 billion contract
The following are those who graduated Thursday from Liberty High School, according to information from the school office:
Continuing today is a conversation with Jim Taubert, executive director of the Successor Agency to the former Madera Redevelopment Agency:
Sometimes, rumors are facts.
Twenty six years to life for possession of drug residue? How is this possible in the United States of America?
We, at the Madera County Public Health Department’s Tobacco Control agency strongly believe that tobacco-related premature illness and death are pr