Thousands of firefighters battling a massive blaze within Stanislaus National Forest continued to make significant progress in containing the fire’s wrath Tuesday, which prompted one county close to the infe
By Tommy Pettinger
Proposed legislation to increase penalties on various forms of livestock theft passed the State Senate Tuesday with a unanimous vote and, barring any problems when it returns to the Assembly for consideratio
A popular campground in Coarsegold was victim to a daring heist over Labor Day, the Madera County Sheriff’s Office reported Tuesday, when an unknown number of robbers made off with more than $44,000 in cash
Blitzkrieg: Dinuba came out strong in Friday night’s football victory over Madera and scored on four of its first five drives.
For a long time now, it has been clear to us at The Madera Tribune that our Monday edition has been losing too much money and will have to be discontinued.
This is a response to the very first caller in the Aug. 27 Red Line. When does Obama start to take responsibility for the economy, jobs and foreign affairs, all of which are for shape?
I feel a little bit sorry for okra, because of all the vegetable choices we have available, okra is probably the most overlooked and neglected.
We made it through Labor Day without another Cyrus sizzle.
Here's the latest news for Tuesday, September 3rd: President Obama garners bipartisan support for military intervention in Syria; Syria casts shadow over Obama's overseas trip; and new span of Bay Bridge han