Here's the latest news for Tuesday, December 31, 2013: People around the world celebrate the New Year, Colorado prepares for the legalization of marijuana, Obama's health benefits take effect tomorrow, and t
The Madera Tribune will not publish on New Year’s Day, but will resume publication on Thursday. The Tribune offices are open today and will be open Thursday and Friday.
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SACRAMENTO — Several new laws or changes to existing law that go into effect this year will impact motorists, according to the California Highway Patrol.
No. 1 - Stallion boys cross country takes 2nd at state meet
Our house has become a laboratory of sorts the past several months.
On Dec. 16, there was a picture and story in The Madera Tribune of a woman who stole a package, that had been delivered by UPS, from the front door of a home.
A religious and cultural celebration that’s quickly become an annual tradition in Madera drew more people than it ever has before, according to organizers.
LOPEZ NEW BOARD CHAIRMAN — The Madera County Board of Supervisors went through its annual changing of the guard this morning as Jess Lopez took over as chairman for the coming year.
Here's the latest news for Monday, December 30th: Second Russia explosion; Five NFL coaches fired; Michael Schumacher critical; Australian sharks "tweeting" to alert swimmers.