Tomorrow, those parade preparers — and these are the hard-working ones who pull it off every year, the dedicated members of the Madera Kiwanis Club — will be out in force before the first fancier of floats,
“Do ye judge uprightly, o ye sons of man.”
— Psalms 58:1
The Madera Rescue Mission will hold its annual fund-raising dinner starting at 6 p.m. Oct. 4 at Valley West Christian Center, 101 W. Adell St. Tickets are $30 each.
“The fact that man knows right from wrong proves his intellectual superiority to other creatures; but the fact that he can do wrong proves his moral inferiority to any creature that cannot.” — Mark Twain
By Tami Jo Nix and Leon Emo
The political establishment of Madera is without one of its cornerstones, after the death of longtime Democratic activist Betty Pia.
The 10-year-old custom of allowing a prayer at the opening of meetings of Madera Unified School District trustees has drawn public fire.
The Salvation Army today will open a new location in Madera at 1800 Howard Road, the building once occupied by Purl’s Sheet Metal.
Robert (Bob) Madsen, also known as “Mr. Warm and Fuzzy,” will be honored Friday as Grand Marshal of Madera South High School’s 2012 homecoming.
By Juliet Williams
A Jewish holy day of prayer, reflection and fasting concluded on Wednesday evening and some Madera residents observed it.