A six-week drug trafficking investigation that began with a citizen tip concluded Thursday with the arrest of an Oakhurst couple and the seizure of heroin, meth, marijuana, a gun and ammunition, Madera Count
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
A free Department of Homeland Security-certified course called “Understanding the Dangers of Agroterrorism” will be held next month in Coarsegold.
In the story titled “Nurse saves life of teacher’s aide” and published in the May 22, 2014, edition of the Tribune, the contributions of other staff in saving the life of teacher’s aide Randy Rollins should
Madera Avenue Bible Church invites all to hear a free presentation given by Jews for Jesus on June 8 at 10:15 a.m. The topic will be “Jewish Roots of Pentecost.”
The late Gary Rhoads liked to fix things on his own, according to his family, which is why his survivors wanted to honor his memory by gifting scholarships to those set on pursuing vocational careers.
A Madera man wanted for murder was arrested in Atwater less than 24 hours after the Madera Police Department announced a manhunt for the previously-elusive suspect, MPD Special Investigations Unit Sgt.
East Valley farmers from Madera to Kern Counties suffered a blow in federal court this week as a judge rejected a motion to prevent the draining of water from Millerton Lake to wildlife refuges and senior-ri