Two brand new attorneys stood before their fathers Monday in Madera’s Superior Court to be sworn in as lawyers.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Three Maderans, all either on probation or with arrest warrants related to illegal drugs, were arrested late last week on suspicion of stealing copper wire and stripping a side of a barn of its aluminum sidi
People in a line extending several blocks from the local food bank waited for their turn to receive a free turkey and other food items to prepare their Thanksgiving dinner.
A local manufacturing employer recognized 30 of its workers for their time and service to the company.
With forecasts painting a sobering picture of the 2013-14 state water supply, the California Department of Water Resources and the Center for Irrigation Technology will conduct a drought preparedness worksho
Sierra View 2nd-grader sets records in how he helps others; honored by the food bank
‘You’ll be seeing me again,’ Joseph Castro tells local leaders