SEYMOUR DENIES BRIBE ATTEMPT — Sheriff Glenn Seymour and District Attorney David Minier on Thursday refuted the accuracy of an article and subsequent editorial that appeared last week in a Fresno newspaper.
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PASTORS GET TASTE OF LAW ENFORCEMENT — Officers in Madera County had spiritual backup Monday as local pastors entered squad cars and went to jail to become one-day sidekicks.
JENSEN, ROBINSON, HOWE, PADILLA WIN — Two incumbents and two challengers, Roger Howe and Marshall Padilla, won seats on the Madera Unified School District board Tuesday.
VALLEY TITLE SHOULD SILENCE NAPIER’S CRITICS — Madera wrestling coach Corky Napier has decided to just sit and enjoy the fruits of winning the Valley Wrestling Championship instead of lashing out at some who
CITY, SCHOOL LEADERS PONDER GROWTH PROBLEMS — The City of Madera’s aggressive growth policy, which will bolster school enrollment and create the need for more classrooms, drew city and school officials toget
MORTIMER HIGHLIGHTS EXPERIENCE IN RACE FOR JUDGE — Steven Mortimer has done about everything as an attorney and now wants to take his experience to the bench of the newly formed Department 3 Superior Court a
FREE THROWS COST COYOTES IN LOSS TO SANGER — A bucket by Sanger’s Andy Alvarado at the free throw line with five seconds left to play gave the Apaches a 54-53 victory over Madera’s Coyotes on Wednesday in th