Balls were rolling in all 18 lanes of the local bowling alley as Madera County residents and businesses participated in a national campaign that raised $8,400 for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Californ
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
First 5 Madera County wants to publicly recognize people who make a difference in the lives of young children and is asking the community’s help to do so.
Congressman Jim Costa met with Madera supporters Monday as he began his campaign for re-election. Costa, a Fresno Democrat, is seeking his sixth term.
Three suspects, two of them minors, were arrested Monday in connection to a pre-dawn shooting east of Greenhills Estates in Chowchilla, Madera County Sheriff’s spokeswoman Erica Stuart said.
Madera High School is closer to vying in a world robotics competition as its MadTown Robotics Team 1323 won the regional finals over the weekend, one of three Valley schools to do so.
Men, women, boys and girls celebrated the accomplishments of women and heard the still plaguing issues they face during a two-day celebration.
The Madera Police Department plans to host five town hall meetings for the public throughout Madera this month.