The rustling of cattle and other livestock is a crime that few outside the agricultural industry may know about and can sound more like a remnant of a past age than a pressing problem.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
A utility company awarded Madera Unified School District a $2,500 grant and the teacher who applied for it plans to use it for extra activities and materials for his special needs students.
After just a week at his new job, former Madera High School graduate Tom Hill knows he is in the right place.
The Madera Elks Lodge has donated the proceeds from their community bingo games to local youth and community betterment programs.
Madera police will actively ticket drivers who text or use cell phones on April 3 and 16 as part of a Distracted Driving Awareness Month enforcement campaign.
A horde of followers crowded around a man dragging a cross, 11 others scorned and pretended to whip him and three women cried as they walked through the streets of La Vina on Friday.
Supporters of Madera’s dog park discussed possible improvements, a dog show, potlucks and tree plantings at the first public meeting organized by the newly formed Friends of the Dog Park (FDP).