Madera’s new school superintendent, Ed Gonzalez, has identified eight groups of students he considers to be most at risk for dropping out of school.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
As members of Madera American Legion Post #11 prepared for the arrival of veterans, a roar of motorcycles approaching on Road 26 could be heard.
An annual harvest time church festival to raise money for its ministry work drew thousands of people, despite it being literally swept away by the wind.
A trial date has been set in the criminal case of a Madera County farm employer suspected of raping a female employee in her first day on the job.
When Maderans of all ages cluster on both sides of Yosemite Avenue on Sept.
Local parents who suspect their child may have a mental or physical disability can get help from Madera Unified to identify and assist children who may be in need of special education services.
Authorities believe a farm labor van was used in the Sept. 3 drive-by shooting death of 17-year-old Jorge Navarro, Sheriff John Anderson announced Thursday.