MODESTO — A Stanislaus County judge said Thursday she would decide by next week whether allegedly-incriminating text messages between a Madera murder suspect and his purported conspirator would be allowed in
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Boots, buckles and crowns were the order of the evening as the Chowchilla Western Stampede Committee and the community gathered Wednesday evening at the Chowchilla Fairgrounds to crown their 2014 Royalty.
At 5 p.m. Wednesday, the election rolls were finalized for a number of Madera County offices. Several prospective candidates who had filed their preliminary paperwork decided against a run.
MODESTO — A jury to determine the fate of a Madera murder suspect got its first look at a gruesome close-up photo of his alleged victim Wednesday inside Stanislaus County Superior Court.
Madera Unified School District superintendent Ed Gonzalez has an idea that may set well with those who might oppose a school bond the district plans to seek in the near future.
Madera County’s middle school students will be putting their minds to the test Friday at the Madera Center in this year’s 2014 math tournament.
A 34-year-old man convicted of criminal threats will be sentenced at 8:30 a.m. April 9 in Madera County Superior Court department three, according to authorities Wednesday evening.