Ellen and John Bryan “threw in the towel” last Friday. Not the dirty dish towel used to clean up a post Thanksgiving dinner.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
In a case of history helping history, the Madera Method Wagon Train got a boost from Jay Chapel in the form of a bundle of this year’s historical calendars.
More than 5,000 members of the Church of Latter Day Saints descended on Madera for the annual grape harvest.
A new center in Madera is designed to help young girls, men and women who are facing the hardship of an unplanned pregnancy. Doors of Hope Pregnancy and Parenting Center will open Aug. 10.
Local expert reveals insights into gang lives of murder-case suspects
While the grand jury currently has a place to call home, a permanent office was requested Tuesday.
A coalition of organizations, many of whom are usually in opposition of each other, met Tuesday at the Lost Lake Regional Park near Friant to voice their opposition to a decision made by the Madera County Bo