In conjunction with North American Traffic Seminars, Martha Tessmer shares the story of her son’s death at Experience in Reality, a diversion program for first-time teen driving offenders.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
SACRAMENTO (AP) — California inmates who contracted a potentially fatal illness known as valley fever are suing state officials for lifetime medical care, including coverage for drugs that their attorney sai
Advocate group: New approaches needed to fight summer hunger
The next move in a long-running dispute between three factions claiming leadership over the Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi Indians is back in the hands of federal officials.
Fifty local college students gained employment Thursday through a job fair set up by the California Teaching Fellows Foundation, which will place them in vital positions mentoring Madera’s youth.
Guests at this year’s Madera Community Hospital Foundation’s annual dinner-dance will dance and dine in prom attire representative of their high school glory days, organizers announced this week.
After a very successful initial concert held at Veteran’s Park in Chowchilla last week, the Madera County Art Council’s Summer Concert Series returns to Madera on Sunday at the Allen Harkins amphitheater in