Local authorities are looking for Kenneth Sandlin, 58, who was involved in a noisy disagreement with a 67-year-old that resulted in the victim’s death from blunt force trauma, according to a late Friday pres
When the owner of a local industrial electrical contracting business bought 240 tickets for the drawing of a sports car, he never dreamed he’d win it.
Next week, Monday through Nov. 25, is Operation Christmas Child’s National Collection Week and Madera citizens will have a chance to prepare gifts for children around the globe.
Tips for those heading into remote wilderness
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Traffic to be diverted through Madera
As the holiday season kicks into gear and with Highway 99 closures in sight, Madera police plan to hold a DUI/driver’s license checkpoint this Saturday from 7 p.m. to 3 a.m.