Maderans react to new pope
Madera Unified trustees have nothing to say in public on two issues that have dominated community interest for the past two weeks.
Although it isn’t exactly a secret, not many of the general public know that Sheriff John Anderson, 71, has decided not to run again once his term is up at the end of 2014.
In the home opener for the Madera South boys volleyball team, the Stallions played a very familiar opponent.
The Madera County Sheriff’s Department is asking for the public’s help in finding a man who was driving a stolen vehicle that allegedly smashed the entrance of a convenience store last week.
A Chowchilla woman wanted for prison escape in Nebraska is back behind bars after being captured in north Madera on Monday night.
A local downtown park was filled over the weekend with traditional music, food and exhibits from Oaxaca,Mexico as natives and others celebrated International Women’s Day 2013.