By Suzanna Gonzalez of 4-H
The ’13 Madera District Fair has now passed into the history books. A couple of weeks ago I wrote about the fair and hope many of you accepted the invitation to attend.
“That they all may be one; as thou, Father, art in me, and I in Thee, that they also may be one in us.”
— John 17:21
Several months ago a fellow Maderan asked that I dedicate some of my columns to answering questions posed by readers. I heartily agreed with the suggestion and then, most conscientiously, procrastinated.
Here's the latest news for Friday, September 13th: Flooding evacuations underway; Kerry calls Syria talks productive; NJ fire investigated; Dina Lohan arrested for DUI.
MUSD Superintendent: ‘Madera Unified is grieving for one of its own’
A devastating wildfire that has for weeks torched hundreds of thousands of acres within Sierra Nevada forests and engulfed more than a hundred buildings is nearing complete containment, a U.S.
Agents eradicated plants before school opened
Due to an overwhelming supply, kittens and cats — which are all vaccinated and spayed or neutered — can be adopted for $20 each this month, said Kirsten Gross, the director of the Madera County Animal Shelte
After facing a pass-happy Farmersville Aztecs football team in the first week of the season, the Liberty Hawks will now focus their attention on the run-happy Madera South Stallions tonight at Liberty.