Madera High School graduate Aaron Johnson of Boy Scout Troop 117 has received his Eagle Scout Award, the highest ranking in the organization.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
W ith all precincts in Madera County’s 3rd supervisorial district reporting, Gary Svanda came out on top in Tuesday’s primary election but will face Rick Farinelli, who came in second, in a runoff election i
More than six pounds of crystal methamphetamine was found by the California Highway Patrol during a traffic stop on northbound State Route 99, near Avenue 24.
Lenora “Nora” Salazar, a longtime real estate professional and community leader in Madera, died Saturday at the age of 77 after a brief illness.
Blowing dust and sudden, near-zero visibilty caused five separate collisions in the same area on State Route 152 near Road 17, Monday afternoon at about 2:30 according to the Madera office of the California
Pete’s Sport Shop, long a fixture of downtown business, is closing its retail operation with what owner Rochelle Noblett called “the mother of all garage sales.
With the roaring engines of more than a dozen Harley-Davidson motorcycles sounding the charge, some 800 Madera citizens came together to take part in the seventh annual March Against Meth.