COUNCIL SHOOTS DOWN PLAN FOR SENIOR ZONING — A proposal to create a new zoning code to provide variances for senior citizen housing projects was shot down by the Madera City Council this week.
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WARDEN AIMS AT MAKING NEW PRISON “FRIENDLY” TO WOMEN — “Historically, prisons have been designed for men, with the female population being treated as an afterthought,” says Teena Farmon, Warden of the new Ce
TRUSTEES BREAK GROUND ON SECOND HIGH SCHOOL — Madera Unified trustees broke ground for a new high school this week with the first phase of the project, which is scheduled to be completed in September 1992.
LINCOLN SCHOOL WILL OPEN AS YEAR-ROUND CAMPUS — Lincoln Elementary School will open as a year-round school, Madera Unified trustees decided Tuesday.
BARSOTTI STARTS BIG AGAIN — There must be something special about season openers for Fresno State quarterback Mark Barsotti.
FARM WORKER AMNESTY FRAUD — A federal commission has warned that thousands of people who could not have been eligible have applied for Special Agriculture Status under the Amnesty Act’s agricultural provisio
SIX INJURED IN DOWNTOWN MAD-ERA CRASH — A Wednesday afternoon collision at Gateway Drive and Yosemite Avenue left six people injured and one driver hospitalized.