For the past five years, Janie and Tim Grizzell, owners of GT Auto, have given a $6,000 gift to sober graduation committees in hopes of keeping graduates safe on the night of their graduation.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
A 66-year-old Madera Ranchos man apparently did not see the Amtrak train in the crossing on Avenue 12 and was killed on impact when his SUV struck the moving train head on, according to the California Highwa
A Madera man previously convicted on felony assault charges was arrested Monday morning after authorities found him tending nearly 100 marijuana plants and as many as 300 chickens, Madera County Sheriff’s sp
A man passing other motorists at high speeds in the center divide and on the shoulders of southbound State Route 99, near Avenue 9, was arrested on charges of felony evasion and reckless driving, according t
In the Saturday, May 31, edition of The Madera Tribune, a special insert was included with biographical information and a statement from candidates in local political races as well as polling locations for t
The home libraries of more than 70 Madera families started, or got bigger, with the help of First 5 Madera County and Schwabe Books.
On Tuesday, dozens of locations across Madera County will open their doors to voters for the Consolidated Primary Election, where -- not counting state or federal races -- 22 candidates will battle for seven