SACRAMENTO (AP) — The federal Government Accountability Office is giving generally good grades to the California High-Speed Rail Authority’s business plan to build a $68 billion bullet train.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Former Major League Baseball player Jim Maloney will speak at this year’s Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast on May 2, hosted by the Madera Chamber of Commerce and Madera Ministerial Association.
Meanwhile, no reports on outside investigation or school board search for new superintendent
FRESNO (AP) — California water officials said Wednesday that a $14 billion twin-tunnel plan for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta would restore the ecosystem and reduce deaths of threatened fish, although dur
Since coming to America, owner Joseph Pereyra of the new Corner Grill at 530 W. Olive Avenue had always dreamed of owning his own restaurant.
Graduating from high school with good grades is only part of preparing for college.
200 attend luncheon
A church group that raises money annually to help babies, the elderly and others in need finally could hold its fundraiser in its own social hall Wednesday.