WATER TOWER WATCH DOGS WIN — In the face of a determined Save the Tower Committee, which sought $3,500 to add to the $20,000 it had already raised, the Madera City Council voted 3-2 to open its coffers to sa
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O’KANE AND MARSH BREAK LOCAL ROTARY TRADITION — Two Madera women made history Tuesday as they became the first females to join the heretofore all-male Madera Noon Rotary Club.
SWEENEY MAY GO WITH BARSOTTI — The redshirt freshman who guided Madera High to the North Yosemite League title in 1986 is giving Dave Telford and Coach Jim Sweeney something to think about.
SWEENEY ENTERS NOT GUILTY PLEA VIA TELEPHONE — Fresno State football coach Jim Sweeney pleaded innocent Monday to a misdemeanor drunken driving charge.
MOGLIA CARRIES ON FAMILY TRADITION — Tradition, travel, and challenge have drawn Brett Moglia to the top spot in the Madera High School Coyote Band.
GORDON SKEELS BEHIND THE HEADLINES — Madera Police Chief Gordon Skeels is The Tribune’s person behind the news this week. He was born in Palmyra, New York, is married, and has six daughters.
MADERA’S FIRST FEMALE FIREFIGHTER — Glancing from the roof of a burning home at the ground 20 feet below, an uneasiness passed over Phyllis Upton that she pushed aside as she remembered her goal.