Madera Unified School District’s two high schools received a combined total of $350,382 in scholarship money for their students.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Hundreds of children sprinted on the all-weather track at the Lee DaSilva Field as parents, teachers, school district administrators and staff cheered on.
A wind-driven fire of unknown origin had burned through at least 60 acres and was out of control as of Sunday afternoon, adjacent to Road 400 just west and south of Yosemite Lakes Park, according to Cal Fire
A Madera man was arrested on suspicion of DUI, Sunday afternoon after rolling his pickup truck end over end through a fence and into an orchard on Road 28 1/2, just south of Western Way, according to the Cal
Event coordinator Peggy Gregory of the Sunrise Rotary Club stood by her colorfully decorated bicycle surrounded by more than 40 bike riders and walkers of all ages.
The parents of Lauren Hemman and Michael “Mike” Franzella have announced the engagement of their children.
Rotary Park’s Dog Park was the place to be Saturday if you were a dog or one’s owner. It hosted two different shows for canines.