UNITED WAY SEEKS HELP — Sheldon Mensch, volunteer executive secretary for the United Way says the organization has been losing funding because of a lack of participation.
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SORDI WINS MID-CAL TITLE — Madera’s Robbie Sordi dominated his competition to claim the 101-pound title at the Mid Cal Wrestling tournament Saturday at Gilroy High School.
MADERA UNIFIED SUSPICIOUS OF WATER — MUSD trustees have ordered all refrigerated water fountains tested for lead content as a result of an order by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Bill Honig.
FIRST NEW MID PRESIDENT IN 12 YEARS — After 12 years, the Madera Irrigation District has a new president. Stephen W.
COUNTY CHILLED BY STATE ON HOMELESS — It was questions about liability and financing that kept supervisors from warming to the idea of using the National Guard Armory as a shelter for the homeless on chilly
MCINTYRE TAKES BOARD GAVEL — Supervisor Gail Hanhart McIntyre was elected to head the Madera County Board of Supervisors for 1988. Mrs. McIntyre is the first and only women to serve on the board.
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POLICY — A controversial policy which grants lifetime health benefits to some retiring school board members was repealed by trustees Tuesday night.