ROACH PICKED TO FILL PLANNING COMMISSION VACANCY — Eager to be part of the solution in easing Madera’s growing pains, Barbara J. Roach will take a seat on the Madera Planning Commission.
Snapshots of Madera's Yesteryears
COSTA PROMOTES TRANSPORTATION ACT — Assemblyman Jim Costa, D-Fresno, rolled through Madera on Friday on a whistle-stop train tour of the Valley to promote Proposition 116, the Rail Transportation Bond Act, c
BABY DROWNING DISTRESSES JUDGE — Madera Justice Court Judge Victor Dahman was apparently so distressed by testimony presented in the preliminary hearing of a mother accused of felony neglect in the drowning
GERMAN POLICE OFFICER RENEWS MADERA CONNECTION — Spahn Adalbert, 33, an undercover police officer in Frankfurt, Germany and his wife, Monika, stayed recently at the home of Undersheriff Jim Hickman and his w
SEYMOUR DENIES BRIBE ATTEMPT — Sheriff Glenn Seymour and District Attorney David Minier on Thursday refuted the accuracy of an article and subsequent editorial that appeared last week in a Fresno newspaper.
PASTORS GET TASTE OF LAW ENFORCEMENT — Officers in Madera County had spiritual backup Monday as local pastors entered squad cars and went to jail to become one-day sidekicks.
JENSEN, ROBINSON, HOWE, PADILLA WIN — Two incumbents and two challengers, Roger Howe and Marshall Padilla, won seats on the Madera Unified School District board Tuesday.