Snapshots of Madera's Yesteryears
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.
CHANGE NAME OF HOWARD ROAD— Saying “people have a hard time finding it,” Councilman Sam Price introduced a proposal to Madera City Council Tuesday which would change the name of Howard Road to West Yosemite
POPE FILES SUIT AGAINST PITTMAN, SEIBERT — Patricia Pope of the El Peco Ranch has filed a lawsuit against Madera County, the Board of Supervisors, the Madera County Planning Commission, Pittman Farms, Inc.,
CRIME WITNESS NETS $200 — A Madera man is $200 richer thanks to reward money paid to him for his part in the arrest of a grand theft suspect.