A Fresno man who went missing for six days was returned to his family this week and authorities said they’re on the hunt for three Hispanic men allegedly responsible for kidnapping him.
Twenty-two candidates have filed notices of intention to run in the 2014 elections for the wide range of county offices that will be open.
For most people, watching the display at the corner of Lemon Tree Drive and Almond Avenue brings back memories of their Christmases past.
Tioga and Glacier Point roads in Yosemite National Park are closed for the season, park officials announced Thursday, due to snowy and icy conditions left by storms that passed through the area over the last
If Madera Coyote girls basketball coach Jason Smith has any more games like the one against Buchanan, he might have to purchase defibrillator machines, not only for himself, but for the parents as well.
When the Madera South girls soccer team faced Div. I team Clovis, it was clear that one team came ready to play and it certainly showed on the scoreboard.
You may not have heard this, but apparently it’s true. In five years, Canadians no longer will be able to receive mail at home. Perhaps we should be worried about that.
Editor’s note: Madera Tribune writer Leon Emo remains hospitalized while he recovers from an illness. His column and reporting will resume when he returns.
While my friend Leon Emo addresses health issues, I’m filling this space today. Get well soon my brother, we miss you.
Madera Community Hospital CEO John Frye has announced plans to retire April 2, 2014.
He joined the hospital as its chief executive in Sept. 2005.