Madera Breakfast Lions George Hatfield and Lee Blackstone busily grilled sausage links on the club’s large barbecue during the club’s 4th annual Brewfest fundraiser Saturday afternoon at Courthouse Park.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
From Gateway Drive along East Central for nearly three blocks in all directions, more than 70 classic and custom cars, trucks and motorcycles filled every spot and the parking lots Saturday for the 6th annua
Puppies rested on children’s’ laps, parakeets sang from cages, a turtle rested on a boy’s hand while big dogs playfully jerked on their leashes.
CHOWCHILLA — Ever wonder what it was like to bring down a mammoth with a prehistoric spear-throwing weapon? Visitors to the Fossil Discovery Center on Oct.
AHWAHNEE — The history-loving local “Clampers” will dedicate a new monument at an old blacksmith shop known as Canary Cottage with a public ceremony Oct. 12.
A Madera man stood before more than 300 people to talk about the downward spiral crystal methamphetamine sucked him into from the time he was a teen.
A fatal mistake more than a decade ago that prompted nationwide reevaluation of law-enforcement training was settled earlier this week, as the City of Madera agreed to pay $775,000 to the family of a man sho