At the very moment that California’s largest utility company was being assessed a $14 million fine for failing to report discovery of flawed records on its gas pipelines in the San Francisco Peninsula town o
Cedar Creek Senior Living hosted the Kiwanis Club and its law enforcement officers of the year ceremonies Thursday. The evening soirée took place in lieu of the club’s weekly noon meeting.
Former Madera Coyote baseball player Nick Galindo saw a void in his community — and a way to fix it.
For a second year, valley-born writer and artist Tim Z. Hernandez led a poetry and memoir writing workshop this week at the local branch of the Madera County Library.
More than 200 people gathered Thursday morning in Hatfield Hall at the Madera District Fairgrounds to hear former Fresno Mayor Alan Autry talk about the value of cooperation in getting things done.
‘Plan for Nov. ballot’
SACRAMENTO (AP) — For the first time since 1977, state water officials are set to order farmers, cities and other big water users to limit the amount of water they pump from rivers and streams.