FRESNO (AP) — Concerns of a potential farm labor shortage are prompting San Joaquin Valley growers to boost the wages they pay to farmworkers.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
SACRAMENTO (AP) — In response to a federal court order, Gov. Jerry Brown pushed a novel approach through the Legislature two years ago to dramatically reduce California’s prison population.
A child’s sharing of marijuana-laced Rice Krispy treats with classmates at a local middle school Thursday led to the arrest of a Madera man accused of cultivating the drug for sale.
Family, friends and educators celebrated nine Madera Community College students during the 2013 Baccalaureate aimed at recognizing their achievements at Madera Baptist Church.
Maderans and patrons of businesses at Airport Industrial Park who travel out Westberry Boulevard, past Avenue 16, to the gentle curve toward the airport may catch the hint of the sun’s reflection off one of
A collaborative project almost 10 years in the making came to fruition Friday morning as more than 150 citizens, politicians, and emergency service workers came together to celebrate the opening of a brand n
A Mexican national in the United States illegally was sentenced by a Madera County Superior Court judge to six years in prison Friday morning for multiple instances of forcible child molestation against a gi