The newest cars, trucks, SUVs and crossovers on the market will be on display this weekend for Central Valley residents to view and test drive — without pressure to buy.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
A body of a veteran covered in tattoos is a canvas of stories, with each “ink” symbolizing survivals and scars of war, according to a new film.
For many weeks, James Monroe School students in grades one through six have collected items for soldiers serving in Afghanistan.
Small dogs, big dogs, long dogs and short dogs roamed Rotary Park after owners signed them up for contests in a weekend show.
The Madera Elks Lodge hosted their annual fundraiser this weekend for their Thanksgiving Basket Project, which gives a holiday dinner to needy Madera families.
Volunteers will erect U.S. flags Tuesday morning at Courthouse Park and Arbor Vitae Cemetery, and those who heeded their nation’s call for military service will be honored at a ceremony in the park.
One of three major Chukchansi factions has written a proposal to all rivals for cooperation following the closure of the tribe’s casino last month.