Non-compliant districts face increased enforcement
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
State argues right to sell high-speed train bonds
An Oakhurst woman who viciously beat a small puppy was sentenced last week to two years behind bars after she violated her probation, Madera County District Attorney Michael Keitz announced late Thursday.
Chowchilla is hoping to bring in dozens of applicants for its brand-new “Great Chowchilla Yard Sale” next month, which it promises will hold “booth after booth” of goods to sell.
The Madera Irrigation District Board of Directors announced this week it has appointed Jim Erickson as its newest board member.
FRESNO (AP) — Four people are facing charges in the slaying of a San Joaquin Valley raisin farmer who authorities say was shot when he discovered the defendants stripping a stolen truck on his property.
A hidden marijuana growing operation on private property in O’Neals was raided Thursday, Madera County Sheriff’s spokeswoman Erica Stuart said, with law enforcement officials seizing more than 500 plants wor