You could call retired sheriff John Anderson a true California cop.
The California High-Speed Rail Authority has violated several aspects of a settlement to protect agricultural landowners, the Madera County Farm Bureau alleged in a notice of default Monday.
Having sold the store’s final Slurpee, cup of coffee and lottery ticket, 7-Eleven field consultant Randy Parker and store manager Victor Sevilla locked the doors of the last 7-Eleven in Madera at 6 a.m.
About 18 high school students from Madera pulled an eight-hour shift with other teenagers at a warehouse in Pasadena to help Kiwanis International Club decorate floral floats for the 126th Rose Bowl Parade.
Although the planning has been in the works for little more than a year, the seed started to grow 40 years ago when Tammi Britton began coaching gymnastics.
Today is National Bean Day, and Mrs. Doud may leave town until it’s over.
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