County Counsel Doug Nelson announced at Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting that the county had been officially dropped from a lawsuit filed by one group claiming leadership over the Picayune Rancheria of
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Funding to combat DUI crashes, improve safety
Starting next year, thieves caught trying to pinch a wide variety of livestock will face increased penalties and longer jail sentences. On Monday, Gov.
Assemblyman Frank Bigelow, a longtime Madera County rancher who proudly wears his cowboy hat while working to protect rural California, has been named Cattleman of the Year by the Madera County Cattlemen’s A
Music video filmed at airport
City worker Gerardo Velasquez spent part of his Saturday morning showing Madera Rotary Club volunteers how to assemble a new bench for the dog park located at Rotary Park on Gateway Drive.
600 attend park event
The first ever fair to address mental health issues and what people can do to get help in Madera drew nearly 600 people, according to organizers.