Events are moving for the San Joaquin Parkway. Reminds me of the river, sometimes flowing smoothly, other times in an eddy or rushing ahead. The current is running pretty strongly right now.
Duane Furman, Ed.D., is the retired founding superintendent of Madera Unified School District. He remains active in civic and environmental affairs, and conducts this column twice a month for The Madera Tribune.
I wonder how many people or organizations adopt New Year’s resolutions. Anyway, it’s good to do a review at the end of the year, and set one or more new goals.
Madera and Fresno counties have quite a bit of mutual history. At the present time on display at the River Center is a book entitled “The Art of Maynard Dixon.”
As we move into December it is appropriate to look at progress to date and also to look to the future.
Today’s article, as the previous one, is a contribution by Larry Martin, a valuable asset to the Fossil Discovery Center, with his science teaching experience, interest and involvement in all aspects of the
It was different. When the Planning Commission of the County of Madera, under the competent chairmanship of Ross Thornton, met on Sept.
This is a relative quiet season for the Fossil Discovery Center. Summer visitors have waned and students are busy with the start of school.