Gary Svanda is bringing 40 years of business experience and 10 years of experience in local government to his race to represent District 3 on the Madera County Board of Supervisors.
Madera is now within days of a pivotal election. Its citizens will cast their votes in a number of important races, not the least of which are the two school board races.
Looks like it will be a fine weekend for the Pomegranate Festival at the north end of Madera Municipal Airport.
“And God saw everything that he had made, and behold, it was very good.” — Genesis 1:31
First 5 Madera County will open its third Family Resource Center on Saturday in Oakhurst. A grand opening will be held from 9 to 11 a.m. at the new facility, 49169 Road 426.
With the elections right around the corner, The Madera Tribune thought it would be fair to let the reporters do the talking about tonight’s Stadium Road Showdown.
Once the Liberty Hawks put the final touches on a 28-0 victory over Kerman last week, the team shifted its focus to tonight’s regular season finale with the Chowchilla Redskins.
California has a new law that makes it illegal for an employer to ask an employee for the employee’s Facebook password.
In a few days many of us will be filling out our absentee ballots or going to the polls to cast votes for national, state and local leaders to serve in important positions.
As the 2012 election is getting closer I am aware that the campaign for District 3 supervisor is all the more important.