Cody McDougald, Brennan Cornell, Samuel Mercado and Sara Sinks have each received a $1,000 scholarship from the Cattle Women and Cattlemen organizations to help them with expenses for their first year of col
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Madera Unified School District continued the restructuring of its top-level administrative team by hiring Anthony Monreal, Ed.D., as deputy superintendent under Superintendent Gustavo Balderas.
Madera Cemetery District officials presented the new Calvary Cemetery Mausoleum Project to about 60 people in a dedication ceremony.
A driver believed to be under the influence of alcohol struck the back of a semi truck trailer at a high rate of speed on State Route 99 just north of Avenue 18 1/2, according to the California Highway Patro
The shell of the Mammoth Orange, a remnant of the historic highway hamburger stand, will be sold to the San Joaquin Valley Paleontology Foundation for use at the Fossil Discovery Center in Fairmead.
The annual Madera County Farmers’ Market will open this evening with promises from organizers of putting on newer and more exciting activities in the weekly gatherings over the summer.
Madera Police Chief Michael Kime announced his retirement Wednesday afternoon, after almost 10 years on the job.