Legislation that would increase the penalties on livestock theft passed through the State Senate Public Safety Committee on Tuesday in a unanimous vote, clearing the way for consideration on the Senate floor
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Twenty-five Madera families moved along a “live” Candy Land board throughout the Madera County Library on Friday night as part of the library’s summer reading program, which encourages kids to keep reading t
People have been having trouble getting hold of The Madera Tribune the past couple of days because our phones and Internet have been out.
A section of the ceiling above the bar at the Elks Lodge, 112 W. 6th St., collapsed Saturday night.
With the heat wave expected to last most of this week, health experts advise Valley residents to take measures to be safe during extreme temperatures, which can prove to be dangerous, especially for certain
The new president of Madera Rotary Club will conduct his first meeting today.
A Hispanic man believed to be in his 30s lay hospitalized Sunday after being shot and left for dead, according to authorities.