More than 1,000 Valley residents gathered inside Madera’s Hatfield and Van Alen Halls on Thursday evening to network with dozens of local businesses as part of the Madera Chamber of Commerce’s 2013 Business
A Madera woman won a trip to TradeWinds Resort in St. Pete Beach, Fla. on the ABC morning show Live! With Kelly and Michael — her second win on the show in less than two years.
The training and conditions were intense, said Maderan and U.S. Marine Corps Cpl.
The City team just got back in the game and was looking towards extra innings when Fowler’s Marissa Rendon sent a pitch over the left field fence to walk off with a 7-6 County victory in the annual City/Coun
More views of business development from Madera Mayor Robert Poythress:
In response to several things about the AP story on illegal immigrants and poverty and on Bill Hoffrage’s rambling letter about that story:
Warning, this could make you angry. Michelle Obama, daughters and entourage flew via Air Force Two to Belfast, Ireland for a brief visit with the President June 17 as he was attending the G8 conference.
For thousands of years Native Americans held a monopoly on the land that is now the San Joaquin Valley and the foothills that border it on the east.
Metropolis of asphalt and concrete?
There’s “Nuttin’ but Fun!” going on at the 2013 Madera District Fair, with this year’s theme honoring some of the Central Valley’s largest agricultural products — almonds, walnuts, and pistachios.