Thursday, July 23, homeowners of Lakeshore Park delivered an almost unanimous written petition in opposition to privatization and consolidation of our water resources at Lakeshore Park WMD-6.
A black, two-pound, kitten was found by cemetery workers who heard it mewing, still alive but dying of disembowelment, near a freshly dug grave in Arbor Vitae Cemetery Monday morning.
A Madera County Superior Court jury convicted a Madera man of eight counts of child molestation with special circumstances Tuesday.
As I write this column, I am fresh from going out to get an ice cream cone. One of the flavors to choose from was peanut butter.
This is a little late considering it was last Thursday, besides, isn’t it way too early to start taking this stuff seriously?
A comedian who was born and reared in Madera, and has toured all over the country performing stand-up shows will return home to perform at San Joaquin Wine Company on Friday.
Some things just make you want to scream in outrage, while others offer some hope.