SACRAMENTO (AP) — Attorneys representing Central Valley landowners asked a Sacramento County Superior Court judge Friday to hear arguments about whether California’s high-speed trains would be able to travel
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Missionary couple to share photos Sunday
The Valley is dry due to the record-breaking California drought, but President Barack Obama is about to make it rain — dollars, that is.
Court proceedings resumed Thursday in the case of 25-year-old murder suspect Dustin Gran, the man accused of killing Madera teen Krista Pike more than six years ago.
Police chief tells of that and other departmental changes
Thirty-two candidates have filed the paperwork necessary or announced intentions to run for a wide variety of Madera County offices in this year’s June elections.
Teams are forming for the Big Brothers Big Sisters 27th annual Bowl For Kids’ Sake events to be held in Madera and throughout the Valley.