FARMERS WILL GET MORE WATER — Early releases from upstream storage will provide Madera farmers with more water during their peak growing season and temporarily stall the drafting of Hensley Lake.
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COUNTY TO ALLOW FIREWORKS — Despite pleas from the California Department of Forestry to totally ban the sale of fireworks in the county, supervisors decided that getting rid of the noisemakers would be almos
DIAL-A-RIDE REACHES MILESTONE — Sixty-eight-year-old Loretta Castro is never late for church.
ARTS COUNCIL READIES FOR ‘ART, ART ON THE RANGE’ — An evening of special arts events is planned by the Madera County Arts Council for Saturday, June 17, at the Daulton Ranch.
OFFICER REINSTATED BY JUDGE — A Madera County correctional officer fired from his job, following the escape of a prisoner in 1987, has been reinstated on orders from Madera Superior Court.
MADERA NATIVE FEATURED FCC SPEAKER — Alex Saragosa will be telling Fresno City College graduates tonight to look at their associate’s degrees as the first step, not the last, in their educational process.
BULLDOZER LEVELS ANCIENT FARMER BUILDING — The Ancient Farmer Restaurant on Howard Road, short on lease and long on building problems, has been razed by the owner, Berry Construction Company, to make way for