Inside an open house bustling with about 100 property owners, employees of the California High-Speed Rail Authority attempted to answer questions and alleviate concerns of how valley farms, businesses, and h
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
SACRAMENTO (AP) — California’s population grew at the same modest pace during the year that ended in July as it did during the previous 12 months, sending the population to 37.8 million, according to a state
Yosemite National Park will be participating in the annual Christmas Bird Count to be held on Sunday.
A 16-year-old Easton-Arcola student was arrested was arrested Wednesday by sheriff’s deputies for carrying a firearm on campus, according to Erica Stuart, sheriff’s spokeswoman.
Board passes over Salvador for president
The annual Madera Christmas Basket project, together with the Vineyard Restaurant’s Giving Tree, will once again brighten the holidays for less fortunate local families.
SACRAMENTO (AP) — The federal receiver who controls health care in California prisons is issuing layoff notices to more than 2,200 employees as inmate crowding eases.