The Central California Blood Center has less than five percent of its usual O-negative blood supply left in its inventory after a sudden rush of emergencies in the past few days.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
More than 50 Madera County companies will have booths at an upcoming job fair Wednesday to help the unemployed secure a job.
Last month ended with a victory for Madera County government as the auditor-controller’s office, under last year’s elected leader Todd Miller, completed its annual audit before deadline for the first time in
By Myles Barker
Crossroads Christian School will purchase furniture and toys for its new preschool, thanks to a $2,500 donation from Madera County’s Diamond H Dairy and America’s Farmers Grow Communities, sponsored by the M
Dire drought conditions left no room for April foolishness Wednesday as Gov. Jerry Brown announced California’s first mandatory statewide water restrictions in history.
One of three men who held 26 Chowchilla children and their bus driver underground for hours in 1976 was granted parole Wednesday at a hearing in San Luis Obispo.