The executive director of Big Brothers Big Sister of Central California, an organization devoted to facilitating mentor relationships for young people, has stepped down.
Local Elks have returned from the Grand National Convention of Elks, which was held at the Grand Sierra Resort in Reno this week.
Madera Unified has some new faces today. After an era of budget cuts and personnel reductions, the school district is looking to hire 43 teachers for the upcoming school year.
After a story and photos appeared in the Tribune on Saturday about the history and demolition of the Madera Theater, waitress Kara Alvarez, the daughter of theater owner Ben “Benny” Walker, has continued to
An old barn went up in flames Thursday afternoon on the southeast corner of Avenue 12, near Highway 145 after a spark landed in a pile of stored wood, according to the Madera County Fire Department.
Tournament of Champions to be held at Town and Country Park July 27-29
Two Thrive MMA fighters will fight for amateur world titles in Sacramento on Aug. 3.
Newlywed Dona Garza (Castro) will be fighting for her second amateur world championship.
It seems ludicrous to me that so much fuss is being made of the trial of George Zimmerman, a Hispanic, killing Trayvon Martin, an African-American teenager in Sanford, Fla.
War fever swept Madera in the spring and summer of 1917. America had entered World War I, and the local boys were not going to shirk their duty, least of all Herbert Macon.
Between now and the 50th anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy, Nov. 22, we will read and hear a plethora of conspiracy theories, both new and old.