Fourteen students from the Madera area and their chaperones will leave New Year’s Day to join counterparts from Texas to retrace part of the journey of a Texas gold-seeker who journeyed from Texas to Maripos
The dirt cascaded down the mine shaft with a sickening roar. Splintering, old timbers offered no resistance and became indistinguishable from the rest of the debris that filled the hole.
In 1957, Maderans had cause to stop and take stock. Fifty years earlier, in March 1907, the town became the only incorporated city in the county.
Madera’s 100th anniversary as an incorporated city is just around the corner. We will reach that centenary milestone in March 2007.
The hallways of the Madera Tribune are somber as the employees mourn the passing of long-time coworker Lorenzo Ramos Saturday.
Ellen and John Bryan “threw in the towel” last Friday. Not the dirty dish towel used to clean up a post Thanksgiving dinner.