Jack Uppal says he is running for Congress in California’s 4th Congressional District because he is outraged that middle class families have been forced to bear the burdens of the last decade of governmental
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
The Madera Community Hospital staff held its annual pumpkin decorating contest on Wednesday with 20 different departments submitting entries.
Two buildings behind the Madera Veterans of Foreign Wars post at 2026 N. Granada Drive were burglarized Tuesday night or early Wednesday, according to Bob McCracken, post commander.
The jury trial of Dustin Gran, scheduled in April to begin on September 25, 2012, has been postponed again by the Stanislaus County Superior Court, according to Madera County District Attorney Michael R.
Morrie William Kiseloff, 38, of Madera has been sentenced in Madera Superior Court to four years in state prison, according to the Madera County district attorney.
Since taking over Downtown Pizza and Cafe in August, Thai Vang has seen a significant growth in business.
With 24 years experience in the California Legislature and eight years in Congress, Jim Costa is seeking to go back to Congress to represent the people of the newly drawn 16th Congressional District.