Citing multiple health problems, Madera Unified trustee Lynn Cogdill has announced that he will resign his position on the school board o
Tragic deaths spur change
A resource fair — targeting veterans but open to the public — is set to take place from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
A Stockton man remained jailed Wednesday in Madera County with bail set at $1 million after being found with 22 pounds of crystal methamp
More than 550 academic decathletes from throughout California will attend Madera County Office of Education’s World War I lecture today a