You could call retired sheriff John Anderson a true California cop.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
The California High-Speed Rail Authority has violated several aspects of a settlement to protect agricultural landowners, the Madera County Farm Bureau alleged in a notice of default Monday.
Having sold the store’s final Slurpee, cup of coffee and lottery ticket, 7-Eleven field consultant Randy Parker and store manager Victor Sevilla locked the doors of the last 7-Eleven in Madera at 6 a.m.
About 18 high school students from Madera pulled an eight-hour shift with other teenagers at a warehouse in Pasadena to help Kiwanis International Club decorate floral floats for the 126th Rose Bowl Parade.
Many of Madera County’s top law enforcement and administration offices will welcome new leaders next week as winners of the November election formally accept their new jobs.
After facing years of countless legal and political battles statewide, the California High-Speed Rail Authority will finally hold an exclusive groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday to officially start construction
Friday was the first day for undocumented immigrants across California to apply for a driver’s license, and Madera’s Department of Motor Vehicles office saw increased appointments and packed seats as a resul