If you were to use one word to describe the state of Madera and Madera County, that word would be “better.” Maybe only a little better, but better nevertheless.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
This is not a particularly new story, but if you are depending on the Calpers (California Public Employees Retirement System) to pay for your retirement, you should follow it closely.
This is National Agriculture Week, and it’s appropriate that this year’s Madera District Chamber of Commerce Senior Farmer banquet will be in the middle of it, on Thursday, starting at 6 p.m., at Madera Muni
The High-speed Rail Authority will meet today in Sacramento to vote on whether to sell more than $8 billion in bonds to commence building the tracks in Madera County.
A hospital consultant from Bakersfield and some local people are hoping to build a mental hospital in Madera, which would be a good thing, both from a health-care standpoint and economically.
Although it isn’t exactly a secret, not many of the general public know that Sheriff John Anderson, 71, has decided not to run again once his term is up at the end of 2014.
The Madera County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to proceed with hiring an architect to design preliminary plans for the use of some 80 acres the county owns at Avenue 14 and Road 28.