GANGS NOT A PROBLEM IN MADERA — They carry colored handkerchiefs in their pockets and call themselves “Cripps” and “Bloods.” A few weeks ago, three Madera High School students who were involved in a fight we
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MAPA ASKS FOR CLEAN-UP OF C STREET — Demands for expediency on the eradication of drug trafficking on South C Street were made at last night’s meeting of the City Council.
ROBERT E. GARIBAY: BEHIND THE HEADLINES — Mayor Robert Garibay is this week’s subject in “Behind the Headlines.” The 37-year-old Maderan is married with four children. He is a certified public accountant.
MUSD WILL PURCHASE BOISE CASCADE — Madera Unified decided Tuesday night to pursue the purchase of the former Boise Cascade Building, which will house the district maintenance, print shop, and warehouse facil
BARKER MAY DROP OUT OF RACE — Local attorney John Barker, who is a candidate for judge of the Madera Judicial District, may drop out of the race if he accepts one of three county public defender contracts.
SPECIAL OLYMPICS MAKE EVERYONE A WINNER — More than 80 athletes arrived to compete in the track and field events of the Special Olympics at Madera High School.
SALES TAX DIVIDES SUPERVISORS — A discussion of a proposed half-cent increase in the sales tax produced the usual controversy, but this time the dissention came from within the Board of Supervisors.