A photograph depicting a candidate for the Livingston City Council posing with several people described by law enforcement officials as known gang members sparked controversy this week, less than two weeks before the election.
October comes only once a year, and doesn’t last long enough, according to some Mariposa residents. Professional and amateur photographers are heading to the mountains this season in search of gold – aspen gold.
Editor’s note: Chowchilla salutes the young people, leaders and advisers of the local 4-H clubs. 4-H grows confident, capable and caring kids with the life skills to thrive in today's world. 4-H develops leadership, community service and encourages kids to follow their dreams. 4-H community leaders and all those who volunteer their time to participate with projects lead by example. We salute your dedication and commitment to the goals and vision of the 4-H program. We also recognize the achievements and growth of out local 4-H members. As you read the following articles, you will definitely see the positive influence 4-H has on today’s youth.
Madera County Clerk-Recorder and Registrar of Voters Rebecca Martinez announced Monday that the county clerk’s office will be open Nov. 1 from 10a.m. to 3 p.m. for the issuance and acceptance of vote-by-mail ballots.
Los Banos will have traffic pattern changes beginning the first week of November. The city is adding a four-way stop and crosswalks at Cardoza and Ortigalita roads. The speed limit on Cardoza Road between Landing Way and Hemlock Drive has been reduced to 25 mph and the speed limit on Ortigalita Road between Pioneer Road and Pacheco Boulevard has been reduced to 45 mph for northbound traffic. The speed limit remains at 45 mph for southbound traffic. Another addition will be a crosswalk across Cardoza Road near Limestone Boulevard.