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.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
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
Folkloric and salsa dancing and Hispanic cultural food will highlight the eleventh annual Fiesta in the Park on Sunday in Courthouse Park.
One winning photograph showed a father and son standing proudly in front of their dairy farm.
For Maderans looking for something cool to do on a hot fall day this Saturday, there might be nothing better than tasting from 30 different brews, many from local breweries, at the fourth annual Madera Break
Before last week began, Rachel Lumactod was in second place in the Central Valley’s Top Talent contest.