MUSD TRUSTEES SAY ‘NO’ TO MUSIC PROGRAM — A recommendation to integrate the Education Through Music program into the curriculum for Madera Unified was shot down by trustees because of the district’s financia
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RELEASE OF HIGHLIGHTS MCALISTER FAMILY REUNION — Amid the laughter, conversation and music that marked the McAlister family’s reunion Saturday at Rotary Park, there lay an underlying theme of seriousness ove
EMO INSTALLED AS PRESIDENT OF BREAKFAST LIONS — Leon Emo has been installed president of the Madera Breakfast Lions Club for the 1990-91 year.
HYDRILLA FIGHT CONTINUES AT EASTMAN LAKE — The hydrilla infestation in 100 acres of Eastman Lake and 25 miles of the Chowchilla River is forcing officials to close Eastman Lake indefinitely.
MAN ARRESTED AFTER BITING STORE MANAGER — The manager of a local market who attempted to take a bite out of crime by stopping an alleged shoplifter Wednesday was bitten right back by the suspect.
CITY TARGETS ILLEGAL HOUSING — The dilapidated sheds, shacks, and camper shells, which are home during the harvest season to thousands of migrant workers, have been targeted by city officials.
ORIGINAL MHS PRODUCTION TAKES SHOTS AT SOCIETY — “Machine Works,” a Madera High School drama production written by English teacher Stephen Mintz, takes shots at numerous American traditions—school, military,