A former Miss Madera County will stand trial on charges of attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon and domestic violence for allegedly stabbing her exfiancé five times and then trying to run him over
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Under a new state law that went into effect Jan. 1, repeat DUI offenders can lose their driver’s licenses for 10 years.
Jan. 22 is the deadline for artists to submit work for the Quady Winery Reveiller exhibit of regional artists.
The Madera Redevelopment Agency has begun the long and complicated process of putting itself out of business, due to a California law which seeks to grab the tax money the state’s redevelopment agencies have
Madera County Supervisor Frank Bigelow has formally announced his bid for the newly drawn 5th state Assembly district.
Sunday is the deadline to register to vote for all eligible Mexican nationals who live abroad and wish to vote in México’s 2012 federal election.
Local business owners Jim and Gayle Burnette decided to forego their family holiday expenditures this year and instead donate the money to a worthy local cause.