The feds and local law enforcement agencies are threatening to seize the property of farmers who allow large marijuana gardens to be cultivated on their land, another attempt at trying to get a rope over a h
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Sheriff intervenes after fights, stabbing
By Charles Doud and Janice Ware
The upcoming race for positions on Madera Unified School District’s board of trustees is off to an early start.
Issues and benefits for growers who trade abroad were discussed in an agricultural trade summit in Madera attended by about 35 people.
The Madera South Stallions looked to have things under control Tuesday in the season opener against Buhach Colony-Atwater, taking a 2-1 lead into the fifth inning.
The California Community College Baseball Coaches Association announced its 2012 All-Academic Team last week.