By Darlene Superville
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
SACRAMENTO (AP) — Attorneys representing Central Valley landowners asked a Sacramento County Superior Court judge Friday to hear arguments about whether California’s high-speed trains would be able to travel
Missionary couple to share photos Sunday
The Valley is dry due to the record-breaking California drought, but President Barack Obama is about to make it rain — dollars, that is.
Court proceedings resumed Thursday in the case of 25-year-old murder suspect Dustin Gran, the man accused of killing Madera teen Krista Pike more than six years ago.
Police chief tells of that and other departmental changes
Thirty-two candidates have filed the paperwork necessary or announced intentions to run for a wide variety of Madera County offices in this year’s June elections.