A large tent filled with pungent fumes as hundreds of cars were stopped under it to check whether their tailpipes were emitting an excessive amount of pollutants.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Since he officially took over as director of Madera County’s Department of Behavioral Health Services in the middle of November, Dennis Koch has had a little more than three weeks to meet with his staff and
One local high school band is making a name for itself statewide, recently earning a finalist title and today heading to Oakland to participate in a nationally televised invitation-only parade.
Even as temperatures dropped below 40 degrees during an icy cold snap, thousands of dedicated Maderans lined up along Yosemite Avenue this week to enjoy the 20th annual Candlelight Parade and Wine Stroll.
By Amy Taxin
It’s a phrase, the use of which can be traced back more than 100 years — a picture is worth a thousand words.
By Juliet Williams