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
Snapshots of Madera's Yesteryears
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
TEEN BROTHERS’ MURDER TRIAL BEGINS — The murder trial of two local brothers accused of killing an alleged drug dealer and dumping his body in southern Madera commenced today in Madera County Superior Court.
THIRD TIME NO CHARM FOR JAIL ESCAPE ARTIST — Charges are expected to be filed against a two-time escapee from the Madera County Jail.
SUPERVISORS APPROVE PAY RAISE — Christmas came a week later for county supervisors who delivered themselves a present in the form of a 19 percent pay raise Tuesday.
STUDENTS FINISH CIVIL WAR BOOK — Students from eight Madera Unified classes finished their book on the California 100, a contingent of soldiers who went back East to fight in the Civil War.
SHORTAGE OF HUSKS HALTS TAMALE TRADITION — A shortage of dry cornhusks has put a very unmerry twist on the holiday season for many Hispanic families in Madera and across the nation.