A few days ago, Chuck Doud, the publisher of The Madera Tribune, wrote an article about a trip he made recently to the northern part of the state in which he and Mrs.
When I read my Madera Tribune the other day and learned that the Madera County Board of Supervisors recently voted to retain an outside consultant to perform an audit of the office of Treasurer-Tax Collector
“Coast Steamer Lost on California Reef; 12 Dead, 36 missing. The Alaska Strikes Reef in a Dense Fog and goes down in Twenty Minutes.”
Ray Pool is one of the most enigmatic ranchers in the Valley. It is difficult to tell whether he is a flyer or a farmer at heart.
It was approaching midnight as the seven teenagers gazed wistfully up at the ceiling of their second story cell in the Madera County Jail.
One hundred sixty two years have passed since the foothills were set aflame with the fires of vengeance by the murder of 3 men on the Fresno River, and a posse of 74 men set out to exact the proverbial pound
During the 1930s and 1940s, Charlie Low’s Forbidden City was in its heyday.