MUSD DROPS LIFETIME BENEFITS POLICY — A controversial policy which grants lifetime health benefits to some retiring school board members was repealed by trustees Tuesday night.
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NEW MADERA COUNTY LIBRARIAN — A librarian from Fresno has been selected as the new Madera County librarian.
ROBINSON SAYS NO TO CAMPUS POLICE — A police officer will patrol the Madera High School Campus on a trial basis during the second semester of the school year Trustees decided Tuesday night.
BETTY JAMISON SELECTED COWBOY OF THE YEAR — Longtime O’Neals rancher Betty Jamison is the 1987 Cattleman’s Association Cattleman of the Year. She received her award Nov. 21. Mrs.
CHRISTMAS SEASON OPENS STRONG IN MADERA — Friday after Thanksgiving started the traditional shopping season for Christmas in Madera, and local stores encouraged it by holding sales.
LLAMAS FOUND BUTCHERED — Madera County animal control officers found four butchered llamas near Avenue 10 and Road 36. According to director Tim Bible, they appeared to have been dead for seven to 10 days.
JUSTICE COURT SYSTEM STUDIED — Supervisors agreed to ask the State Judicial Council to study the county’s justice court system, a move that could be the first step toward creation of a municipal court-system