FRESNO WANTS COLLEGE ON HIGHWAY 41 — Fresno Chamber of Commerce directors think a new community college campus should be as close to fast-growing, north Fresno as possible rather than in or near the City of
Snapshots of Madera's Yesteryears
OLD TIMER’S DAY PARADE IN JEOPARDY — The familiar September sounds of marching bands on Yosemite (Avenue) during Old Timer’s Day may not be heard this year, according to Rose Juarez, chairperson of the parad
ROACH PICKED TO FILL PLANNING COMMISSION VACANCY — Eager to be part of the solution in easing Madera’s growing pains, Barbara J. Roach will take a seat on the Madera Planning Commission.
COSTA PROMOTES TRANSPORTATION ACT — Assemblyman Jim Costa, D-Fresno, rolled through Madera on Friday on a whistle-stop train tour of the Valley to promote Proposition 116, the Rail Transportation Bond Act, c
BABY DROWNING DISTRESSES JUDGE — Madera Justice Court Judge Victor Dahman was apparently so distressed by testimony presented in the preliminary hearing of a mother accused of felony neglect in the drowning
GERMAN POLICE OFFICER RENEWS MADERA CONNECTION — Spahn Adalbert, 33, an undercover police officer in Frankfurt, Germany and his wife, Monika, stayed recently at the home of Undersheriff Jim Hickman and his w
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.