SACRAMENTO (AP) — California prison officials on Monday asked for a two-month delay in meeting their first court-ordered target for reducing the state’s inmate population, after federal judges changed the ru
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Part 1 of 2 - By Sammy LaProto
The phone rang early that Sunday morning in December 1941.
The Madera Breakfast Lions dined on tri-trip and installed new officers and directors Friday evening at the home of outgoing president Steve Von Flue.
The nephew of the first Madera man to die in World War I visited Maderan’s Veterans of Foreign Wars over the weekend and expanded their hall’s photo gallery with images of his late uncle Cpl.
A 61-year-old woman from Coarsegold was killed on impact when she lost control of her car on State Route 145, drifted out of her lane and struck an oncoming tour bus head on, according to the California High
Business owners neighboring a building on 313 W. Olive Ave., formerly occupied by Mi Rancho Supermarket, complained all week about water leaking from the back of it.
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