DUI driver believed responsible for one death, several injuries
The year 2004 brought a variety of city issues varying from a proposed youth skate park, crow problems, the city’s image and changes to the officials who sit on the city council.
Fourteen students from the Madera area and their chaperones will leave New Year’s Day to join counterparts from Texas to retrace part of the journey of a Texas gold-seeker who journeyed from Texas to Maripos
The hallways of the Madera Tribune are somber as the employees mourn the passing of long-time coworker Lorenzo Ramos Saturday.
Ellen and John Bryan “threw in the towel” last Friday. Not the dirty dish towel used to clean up a post Thanksgiving dinner.
In a case of history helping history, the Madera Method Wagon Train got a boost from Jay Chapel in the form of a bundle of this year’s historical calendars.
More than 5,000 members of the Church of Latter Day Saints descended on Madera for the annual grape harvest.