In a shady grove at the Madera Fairgrounds, just as their past Breakfast Lions Club members have done since the early 1970s, George Hatfield, Scott Gonzalez, Gerry Sullivan and a dozen current members and ma
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
With the help of her schoolmates, a 9-year-old Madera girl raised hundreds of dollars in change for Children’s Hospital Central California as part of a radiothon hosted by a Fresno country station.
The Madera Tribune no longer will publish Monday editions. The paper will publish Tuesdays through Saturdays.
In the latest bizarre twist surrounding former Madera County supervisor Harry Baker, a series of phone calls made to authorities from shortly after midnight Friday said he had been kidnapped, held for ransom
A North Fork man was arrested earlier this week on suspicion of murdering his brother, who reportedly disappeared from their shared home two weeks ago.
Madera County authorities continued work Friday to clean up the remnants of a large-scale marijuana growing operation about a mile west of State Route 99, Madera County Sheriff John Anderson said.
A stretch of State Route 120 and the Yosemite National Park entrance along it reopened Friday, even as a rampaging inferno within California’s Sierra Nevada grew to the third largest in state history.