A Madera man, who police allege was under the influence of alcohol, struck a power pole and took out a large irrigation stand pipe in a field on State Route 145, near Avenue 12 south of Madera, according to
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
More than 60 kids listened carefully Thursday morning as Madera County Arts Council’s Elaine Blake explained their next project in the John W. Wells Youth Center’s arts and crafts room.
After 6 years of retirement, Julia O’Kane, former superintendent of Madera Unified School District is returning temporarily to the post she held for eight years.
Two residents of Yosemite Lakes Park, a man and a woman, have been arrested in connection with a string of at least 31 suspicious arson fires that threatened homes, exhausted local fire crews and terrorized
The Supreme Court struck down a provision of the Defense of Marriage Act on Wednesday and dodged making a decision on California’s Proposition 8 — sending it back to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals — in w
Wayne Troxell of Troxell and Mohr Physical Therapy explained how the business is different from many other, more clinical-oriented facilities.
According to the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA), California has led the nation for the last 20 years in the production of several processed dairy products, including yogurt, butter, and