The executive director of Big Brothers Big Sister of Central California, an organization devoted to facilitating mentor relationships for young people, has stepped down.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Local Elks have returned from the Grand National Convention of Elks, which was held at the Grand Sierra Resort in Reno this week.
Madera Unified has some new faces today. After an era of budget cuts and personnel reductions, the school district is looking to hire 43 teachers for the upcoming school year.
After a story and photos appeared in the Tribune on Saturday about the history and demolition of the Madera Theater, waitress Kara Alvarez, the daughter of theater owner Ben “Benny” Walker, has continued to
An old barn went up in flames Thursday afternoon on the southeast corner of Avenue 12, near Highway 145 after a spark landed in a pile of stored wood, according to the Madera County Fire Department.
A Madera man was convicted earlier this week of four felony sex crimes on minors and will face 30 years to life in prison.
While the Madera football team is hosting a youth camp for players wanting to learn the fundamentals of the game, Coyote first-year head coach Bonner Cunnings hopes those K-8th grade participants take away s