Non-emergency services will not be covered in 2014, officials say
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Special needs children at one Madera school are going to come out and play more often because of the efforts of an educational leader and the generosity of a Valley business and a nonprofit foundation.
A Hanford man convicted of felony battery against his Madera girlfriend, said to be half his size, was sentenced to a lengthy prison term earlier this week and barring parole won’t be free for more than 10 y
A Madera man convicted on six counts of felony child molestation will go back to trial late this month to face additional criminal charges, Madera County District Attorney Michael Keitz said Wednesday evenin
Chowchilla Chief of Police Jay Varney has thrown his hat into the ring for Madera County Sheriff/Coroner in the 2014 election.
SACRAMENTO (AP) — Efforts to contain a tiny bug that can devastate the state’s citrus industry are increasing since the recent trapping of another one of the insects in Tulare County.
Now, you really can live forever, but that’s not necessarily a good thing.