STRANDED YOSEMITE HIKER FOUND WITH BROKEN LEG — A hiker from Great Britain who was stranded for 15 days with a broken leg in a remote section of Yosemite National Park was airlifted to safety Friday.
Snapshots of Madera's Yesteryears
WARM WELCOME FOR 80 NEW TEACHERS — Eighty new teachers and counselors were welcomed to Madera on Friday at a luncheon hosted by the Madera District Chamber of Commerce.
TREE CUTTING LEADS TO POWER OUTAGE AND FIRE — A north Madera resident wasn’t getting a very clear signal from his satellite receiver Tuesday evening as he settled down to watch the Giants game.
THREE GROUPS NOW WANT OLD JAIL — Supervisors haven’t had to play the part of King Solomon and carve up a vacant building that is wanted by three groups, at least not yet.
WELL RUNS DRY; SUPERVISORS TAKE ACTION — Supervisors took action Tuesday to allow a struggling water company to hook up to a county well after its well ran dry.
GEORGIA-PACIFIC LAUDED FOR HIRING VETERANS — Madera’s Georgia-Pacific Corporation has been awarded a certificate of commendation from the California Employment Development Department for outstanding service
NEW MAP SHOWS MADERA AS GATEWAY TO YOSEMITE — Madera has always laid claim to being the true gateway to the Yosemite Valley, and tourists who have traveled this and other routes assert that there is nothing