FURMAN HIGH TEACHERS GET LAYOFF NOTICES — Phil Pendley lost his job as principal of Madera Unified School District Alternative Education at Tuesday’s school board meeting.
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BRAY REPLACES CLUTE AT CHAMBER — Val Clute was removed from his position as executive vice president of the Madera District Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, and Debi Bray, administrative assistant for the Ch
MADERA RANCHER KEITH DAULTON DIES — Longtime Madera County rancher and historian Keith C. Daulton died Monday at his home. He was 73. He was a native and lifetime resident of Madera.
GRACE COMMUNITY CHURCH TO EXPAND — Intending to grow with Madera, Grace Community Church, 17755 Road 26, has a full summer of building planned.
ST. JOACHIM’S USHERS IN CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK — It’s a matter of tradition. St.
GUN BAN TALK ANGERS COLLECTORS — Talk of banning semi-automatic weapons ignited by the shooting in a Stockton school last week has angered local gun collectors and boosted the sale of the weapons.
THIRD DRY YEAR MAY BE AHEAD FOR FARMERS — It looks like another dry year may be in the cards for San Joaquin Valley growers.