City and county officials and employees who helped put on Madera’s first National Night Out on Monday and Tuesday deserve a tip of the hat for involving the entire city in a program to help fight crime.
In the Madera Tribune issue of Wednesday, June 26, there is an article entitled “Board slams Grand Jury.”
Another lawsuit has been filed by one group against another claiming leadership over the Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi Indians, but this time the Madera County Board of Supervisors and Madera County S
What happens in Vegas may stay in Vegas but the same is not true of the wide impact of the San Joaquin/Sacramento River Delta.
In dire need of capital improvements, a local shelter was the fortunate benefactor of a huge contribution. The Red & Nancy Arnold Foundation awarded $500,000 to the Madera Rescue Mission.
Fire crews continue to head home after weeks of battling a raging blaze in the Sierra National Forest, the U.S. Forest Service said Wednesday.
FRESNO (AP) — Fruit flies that are highly destructive to crops are now permanently established in California and spreading, according to a new study published Wednesday.
For some players faced with a season-ending football injury, all that’s left to do is sit on the sidelines and cheer on both the team and whoever replaced them.
With the recent Major League Baseball drug suspensions of Alex Rodriguez and 12 other players, reactions from all across baseball were heard, including in Madera.
People in the newspaper business are doing a lot of navel-gazing since the news came out Monday that Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon.com, has agreed to buy The Washington Post, and some other newspapers the Po