The 2014 Madera District Fair finally ended Sunday with a success, attracting not only locals but also many from Fresno County and other parts of California.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Madera is set to benefit by the work of two organizations that won grants to begin and continue education in teen pregnancy prevention.
Bridge Fire claims 100 acres near county line
After more than six years of investigation and legal delays since the discovery of a Madera murder that sent ripples of horror throughout the Central Valley, the trial of the crime’s alleged mastermind is ex
John Adams Elementary School staff accepted the ALS ice bucket challenge Friday and dunked about 75 pounds of freezing water on screaming teachers while students cheered, clapped and laugh.
Food vendors and exhibitors were buzzing busily around like bees with final preparations Thursday just a few hours before the Madera District Fair’s grand opening at 5 p.m.
An anonymous tip led authorities Friday to a house containing an allegedly prolific identity thief in the Central Valley, Corey James Sahagian, aka Corey James Smith, who was taken into custody with a wanted