A “Bully barbecue” and dog shows planned for the Rotary Dog Park, 930 N. Gateway Drive, on Nov. 8.
Sheriff John Anderson is seeking help to locate relatives of a Chowchilla woman who passed away.
Carol Ann Johnson, 77 of Chowchilla, resided in a nursing home until her death on Sept. 30.
Calls for service to the Madera Police Department on Sept. 21.
12:02 a.m. ― Shots fired in the 100 block of Santa Bonita.
12:02 a.m. ― Suspicious person in the 1600 block Adanac Way.
Hawaii native Jolly Peterson will offer an unusual tribute at an upcoming Rescue Mission Auxiliary luncheon Oct. 17 — a hula chant.
A particularly idiotic lawsuit is underway before a state appeals judge in Albany, N.Y. It involves an attorney’s claim that a 26-year-old chimp named Tommy should have personhood.
In response to a recent letter to the editor, a letter that has many inaccuracies and is not based upon facts: The author raises so many issues out of context and is guilty of so much fear mongering (“the sk
The Madera South Stallions girls volleyball team was missing three starters, but still made the Sanger Apaches work for a four-set victory to open the County/Metro Athletic Conference season.