Gil Hale has worked at CertainTeed Corporation for 35 years, which is how long the manufacturing plant has been running in Chowchilla.
In celebration of Patriot Day and in memory of 9/11 casualties, members of the Madera American Legion Post 11 honored veterans and retired flags of our country during a Saturday event attended by 150 citizen
Chuck Doud, publisher of The Madera Tribune, offers a few words on his birthday Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014.
A Madera man faces a maximum sentence of life in prison after he was convicted Friday on seven counts of child sexual abuse, including six counts of forcible rape of a victim over 14 years of age.
Coyote Country is gearing up for its first home football game where, along with cheering on the team, Madera High School students will honor local first responders.
Madera County Sheriff John Anderson put a twist on his ALS ice bucket challenge Friday by using iced Gatorade instead of frigid water.
Experience matters in the upcoming race for Madera district attorney, according to retired Chief of Police Michael Kime.