There’s “Nuttin’ but Fun!” going on at the 2013 Madera District Fair, with this year’s theme honoring some of the Central Valley’s largest agricultural products — almonds, walnuts, and pistachios.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
The annual Summer Concerts in the Park season begins Sunday at Lions Town and Country Park, featuring the big band sounds of the Hal Magnie Band.
The Madera Sunrise Rotary Club held its “Demotion Night,” of outgoing officers, at the home of Phil and Rebecca Janzen.
Stella Mary Alvarez, 64, of Chowchilla died Wednesday in an early morning traffic collision on State Route 99 near Avenue 18 1/2, according to the California Highway Patrol.
The Picayune Rancheria of the Chukchansi Indians has yet another lawsuit to deal with, but this time it’s outside financial parties coming to call.
A day-biting species of mosquito not native to the state was discovered in Madera earlier this month, and officials urged residents to practice preventative measures as they work to eliminate it.
The sentencing of a Madera man convicted of a 2011 attempted murder was continued Wednesday until July 12, where it is expected he will face 37 years to life in prison.