BERGON’S FIRST BOOK PUBLISHED — Frank Bergon, son of the late community leader Frank Bergon, will publish his first book in November, a novel about the last Indian massacre in the United States.
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JUDICIAL POLL DRAWS LITTLE INTEREST — a poll drumming up opposition for Madera Justice Court Judge Victor Dahman next year has drawn little response from either prospective candidates or the incumbent.
COP FOR MADERA HIGH — Madera Unified School District trustees voted to pay for a Madera police officer to patrol the high school campus, but it might take awhile.
COUNTY EMPLOYEE GROUP SIGNS PACT — Tom Kidwell, chairman of the joint council of the Federated Employees of Madera County and the Mid-Management unit announced that a two-year agreement has been reached betw
WILLARD, ANNABEL PITMAN; ROYALTY — Willard and Annabel Pitman have been chosen King and Queen of Old Timers Day parade. They were born within a mile of each other in the Webster District of Madera County.
COUNCIL DISCUSSES GOLF COURSE — The Madera City Council discussed the proposed municipal golf course at the Madera Airport, and the key concern centered around whether the course would be financially sound.