Here you are, folks. Forty to 50 years after the shortage of water was brought to our attention, it has arrived. Thousand-dollar monthly bills on the coast. Folsom Lake drying up. Area people in an uproar.
A New Year’s Eve celebration organized by veterans drew more than 100 people to eat, dance and toast.
Here's the latest news for Tuesday, December 31, 2013: People around the world celebrate the New Year, Colorado prepares for the legalization of marijuana, Obama's health benefits take effect tomorrow, and t
The Madera Tribune will not publish on New Year’s Day, but will resume publication on Thursday. The Tribune offices are open today and will be open Thursday and Friday.
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SACRAMENTO — Several new laws or changes to existing law that go into effect this year will impact motorists, according to the California Highway Patrol.