This is in response to the letter from Mark Stamas printed in the May 24 issue of the Madera Tribune.
The late Gary Rhoads liked to fix things on his own, according to his family, which is why his survivors wanted to honor his memory by gifting scholarships to those set on pursuing vocational careers.
100-year-old Ripperdan to reopen
A Madera man wanted for murder was arrested in Atwater less than 24 hours after the Madera Police Department announced a manhunt for the previously-elusive suspect, MPD Special Investigations Unit Sgt.
East Valley farmers from Madera to Kern Counties suffered a blow in federal court this week as a judge rejected a motion to prevent the draining of water from Millerton Lake to wildlife refuges and senior-ri
Children’s hospital to benefit
The 13-member Madera Yotees over-18 fastpitch softball team stormed into Las Vegas to play in a women’s fastpitch eight-team tournament and came away with a second place win over the weekend.