A weeklong national observance of public health contributions and improvements culminated locally in a public health fair this weekend.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
It was an afternoon filled with whipped cream pies, pogo stick races and very short haircuts at the Thomas Jefferson Middle School Spring Sports Rally and Patriot Games held on the school’s track and footbal
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Double amputee Sharon Kelly is not shy about the missing lower halves of her legs.
A county program dedicated to helping victims of crime honored those who help with their work on Friday.
After more than 12 years and the use of DNA evidence, a jury has convicted Frank Hogan, 39, of first degree murder and rape charges late this week.