CITY OFFICIALS GETTING SERIOUS ABOUT WATER — “Some people just believe water arrives at the spigot.
Snapshots of Madera's Yesteryears
MUSD TRUSTEES REGAIN BENEFITS — Verbal opposition and tension between school trustees and the Taxpayers Association of Madera County was diffused at Tuesday’s meeting.
TAXPAYERS LOOK TO REVOKE SUPERVISORS RAISE — The Taxpayers Association of Madera County believes a 30 percent pay raise for county supervisors is too much to swallow and hopes enough other residents feel the
PRINCIPAL SUES MUSD, RILEY — Ripperdan Elementary School Principal Jean Belanger has filed a $500,000 lawsuit against Madera Unified School District and Superintendent Tom Riley.
COURT RULES IN FAVOR OF MUSD IN MCFALL CASE — A Madera County Superior Court judge has ruled that Madera Unified School District officials acted within their rights when they removed Wallace McFall from his
BOARD APPROVES 30 PERCENT PAY HIKE — Despite the protests of private citizens and two of its members, supervisors voted themselves a 30 percent pay hike Tuesday.
FURMAN HIGH TEACHERS GET LAYOFF NOTICES — Phil Pendley lost his job as principal of Madera Unified School District Alternative Education at Tuesday’s school board meeting.