Who or what is to blame? A Fresno motorist lies dead, allegedly at the hands of a convicted felon and wanted criminal, one Walter Levon McDaniel.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
A man convicted of the 2010 execution-style murder in Madera of another man was sentenced Friday to life in prison without possibility of parole.
Minarets High School graduate Joshua Taylor Dowell, son of Ricky and Dawna Dowell, was named as one of four recipients of $1,000 scholarships given by Madera County Cattlewomen’s Association and Madera Count
The executive director of Big Brothers Big Sister of Central California, an organization devoted to facilitating mentor relationships for young people, has stepped down.
Local Elks have returned from the Grand National Convention of Elks, which was held at the Grand Sierra Resort in Reno this week.
Madera Unified has some new faces today. After an era of budget cuts and personnel reductions, the school district is looking to hire 43 teachers for the upcoming school year.
After a story and photos appeared in the Tribune on Saturday about the history and demolition of the Madera Theater, waitress Kara Alvarez, the daughter of theater owner Ben “Benny” Walker, has continued to