Senior citizens from the Ranchos in Madera are planning an antique doll and collectibles show for Sept. 6 to raise funds for their community center.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
A DUI and license checkpoint held Saturday night by the California Highway Patrol on Road 26 screened over 400 vehicles and nearly turned tragic as a driver, allegedly intoxicated, failed to stop and attempt
Those people walking in Lions Town and Country Park on Saturday morning may have thought, “Who let the dogs out?” Not only could the tune popular at Fresno State Bulldog sporting events be heard, but nearly
More than 3,000 people gathered on school and church grounds Friday and Saturday evenings to eat, play and dance during an annual carnival fundraiser to help the St. Joachim parish.
Three judges examined and savored ribs during an annual rib cook-off fundraiser organized by the Madera Elks.
Junction Fire nears its end
When the Junction Fire exploded in Oakhurst on Monday, it chased residents away with unforgivable speed.