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During the 33-year existence of the flume, which gave birth to Madera, more than one billion feet of lumber floated down the big trough from the mountains toward the mill near where Millview School now stand
Victoria Woodhull was known throughout the United States in the 19th century as an independent woman. She charted her own course, oblivious to the social mores of the day.
A triathlon where 980 Madera County students competed in four categories drew hundreds of people to Lions Town and Country Park.
The United States Department of Agriculture has committed $4 million to improve Oakhurst’s wastewater system after it was cited for not having the full capacity to dispose of treated wastewater.
To get their town ready for its centennial celebration this summer, Fairmead residents cleaned and beautified a street garden.
The story until now: Much mayhem has occurred, leaving two Maderans hospitalized, and a giant dairy bull lose. Now, Father Bob is ready to hear Roxanne’s story of a vision.
Madera Community Hospital’s League of Volunteers was honored Saturday at a luncheon in the Shebelut-Pierini Room of the hospital.
“It takes a good deal of time to eat or sleep, or to earn $100, and very little time to entertain a hope and an insight which becomes the light of our life.”
— Ralph Waldo Emerson
With the sound of sirens and horns from the engines of the local fire station, the annual Raymond Parade was officially under way.