Eight teams vied to make the best tasting chili for residents of Cedar Creek Senior Living and the community at-large.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Whether whole, juiced, or simply in mounds of arils —which is what the seeds of this fruit are called— pomegranates made a tasty appearance before thousands of people who gathered for the third annual Madera
Three Madera Unified students went missing Halloween evening and police believe their biological mother, without custody rights to them due to her history of criminal drug abuse, is behind their disappearanc
On the corner where Olive Avenue sweeps into Madera Avenue sits a tractor dealership that has been serving the needs of local farmers for 62 years.
Immersed in their work, the men of Cosyns Farms in Madera live in the country surrounded by farmland.
Farming is a family affair for the Loquaci clan of Madera. At 88, family patriarch Bob is still an active part of the operation.
Husband and wife Steve and Cindy Schafer work side-by-side every day at San Joaquin Winery, 21821 Ave. 16.