SACRAMENTO — Central Valley legislators are questioning how the California High Speed Rail Authority is taking over privately owned land, and has asked the Joint Legislative Audit Committee to review the acq
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Madera Classic Cars, a group of automobile and truck enthusiasts, will hold a raffle next month to benefit one of its members who is fighting cancer.
The UnitedHealthcare Children’s Foundation (UHCCF) is seeking applications from families who need help paying medical bills for children under 16.
Camarena Health will host free community health fairs at its Madera and Oakhurst centers next week to celebrate National Health Center Week.
Madera residents won’t want to miss this year’s Madera District Fair, themed Nuttin’ But Fun, on Sept. 5 through 8.
Foes of 5,200-home Ranchos-area development say they will continue fight
The coronation of Philip and Carmen Gallegos as King and Queen of this year’s Old Timer’s celebration resulted in a $250,000 dollar smile on their faces during the festivities at Courthouse Park.