Former county supervisor facing eight years in prison
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Seniors from two local high schools were lauded for language proficiency during a ceremony in the board room at Madera Unified School District.
Graduating students weren’t the only ones to be recognized in an annual scholarship ceremony, as retiring educators and supporters of Madera Dollars for Scholars stepped into the limelight.
A man and woman sitting in a Dodge Neon at the stoplight on Yosemite Avenue at C Street were injured Thursday afternoon when a Toyota van failed to stop and struck them from behind at 35 to 40 mph, according
Madera County Sheriff’s deputies have arrested two suspects in separate burglaries — one for a reported commercial break-in and the other on shoplifting charges.
A town hall meeting organized by the Madera Coalition for Community Justice and New America Media to address the protection of public lands drew nearly 40 people.
Authorities are still trying to determine who’s at fault in a collision where an SUV hit a storefront on D Street and Yosemite Avenue.