When Jessica Hathaway bought a $6 oil painting at a Madera thrift store a few years ago she never thought it would be worth thousands of dollars — nor did she anticipate the hassle she would endure from usin
One of Madera’s foremost civic volunteers, as well as a distinguished industrial designer and artist, has died. Charles “Val” Valgene Clute, 85, passed away Sunday after a short illness.
Sheriff John Anderson and other Madera County dignitaries were named “Preschool Teacher for a Day” on Monday and presented preschool classes with a set of books to honor the Week of the Young Child.
Movies Madera will receive the Crystal Tower Award at the ninth annual Business and Education Shareholders’ Luncheon starting at 11 a.m. Wednesday.
By Ciara Norton
Madera area students are joining young writers from across the Valley in National University’s 15th annual Young Writers Competition.
There was no shortage of racing entertainment when SPEARS SRLSouthwest Tour made its way to the Madera Speedway Saturday in the Mike Roos Memorial on Fresno Grizzlies Night featuring the Triple-A ballclub’s