CHOWCHILLA — A 68-year-old man from Arcadia was killed about 9:30 a.m. Friday when he failed to clear the right-of-way at Avenue 18 1/2 at Robertson Boulevard, and was broadsided by a pickup truck.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
About 70 businesses interacted with one another and with local consumers Thursday night at the 2015 Madera Business Expo organized by the Madera Chamber of Commerce.
Firefighters are doing everything they can to contain blazes near both Oakhurst and North Fork, which forced campground evacuations and road closures as both grew to more than 500 acres.
Water restrictions for the city of Madera have been eased back to Level B, with residents allowed to water their yards twice a week.
By Cheyenne Tex and Careen Wong
A week of “Take Flight”-themed fun for Cub Scout Day Camp kids concludes today with a family night.
The Madera County Historical Society is accepting nominations for the Old Timers Day king and queen.
Members of the California High-Speed Rail Authority listened to concerns from a crowd of about 40 residents Wednesday, after providing an update on the latest local developments with the $68.4 billion state