SCHNOOR AVENUE BRIDGE PROTESTED — A proposal to open Schnoor Avenue for a crossing over the Fresno River met with resistance Tuesday from residents who said they bought homes in the area with the understandi
Snapshots of Madera's Yesteryears
BARSOTTI TO LEAD BULLDOGS AGAINST WESTERN MICHIGAN — Forget that Fresno State quarterback Mark Barsotti is a freshman.
FAMILY LIFE EDUCATION APPROVED — Madera Unified trustees approved the controversial Family Life Education curriculum by a 5-2 margin Tuesday night. The issue, however, is hardly dead.
NEW COUNTY COUNSEL NAMED — Jeff Kuhn, 36, was named by the Board of Supervisors to replace outgoing County Counsel Mike Ott, who submitted a letter of resignation in August.
MADERA JUSTICE COURT CONTENDERS DEBATE — In a candidates’ forum, Madera Justice Court judge Victor Dahman and his opponent Doug Nelson both praised the way the court has run since the June primary, but both
OBERTIS WILL REIGN AS OLD TIMERS KING AND QUEEN — Lifetime Maderans Jim and Adeline Oberti have created a legacy through family and business in their hometown, and tonight will be recognized as they are crow
WATER TOWER WATCH DOGS WIN — In the face of a determined Save the Tower Committee, which sought $3,500 to add to the $20,000 it had already raised, the Madera City Council voted 3-2 to open its coffers to sa