The Madera County Board of Supervisors will start its meeting with Hindu mantras for the first time Tuesday, containing verses from world’s oldest existing scripture.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
The Madera County Cattlemen’s Association has chosen Daphne Norman to receive a $1,000 Millie Meders Merit Scholarship.
Zenia Brizendine brings a fresh face to the high school Big Brothers Big Sisters program in Madera for the new school year.
As summer comes to a close, the Madera Police Department will join law enforcement agencies throughout the state to step up DUI enforcement, as more inebriated drivers take to the streets, authorities announ
For the price of a pricked finger, hundreds of Madera residents had their blood-sugar levels tested Tuesday morning as part of a free community health fair in celebration of National Health Center Week.
Madera’s only 7-Eleven, at Cleveland Avenue and Lake Street, is open again, and the owners hope customers will return.
About a third of Madera County homeowners will receive a bill this summer for the state’s fire prevention fee, a charge implemented two years ago to help pay for fire prevention services within designated ar