Renovations will improve accessibility
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Graduating high school seniors interested in a future with the agriculture and beef industry will have the opportunity to apply for $1,000 scholarships for their higher education by March 27.
Madera police said it didn’t take a drunk-driving checkpoint this weekend to catch an alleged boozer asleep at the wheel.
Police said a Madera man expressed displeasure with his arrest this weekend when he made a face while being booked into jail.
Meetings set for tonight and Wednesday evening by the California High-Speed Rail Authority seek to inform Chowchilla and Fairmead residents about three proposed routes through the Central Valley Wye, a junct
Community leaders in Madera are coming together today in an open public forum to discuss the growing number of broken homes and child trafficking problems in California and how it affects us.
Distracted driving was likely the cause of a solo vehicle crash that caused major injuries to the driver of a pickup truck on Road 28 1/2, south of Avenue 21, according to the California Highway Patrol.