It was different. When the Planning Commission of the County of Madera, under the competent chairmanship of Ross Thornton, met on Sept.
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.
This is a relative quiet season for the Fossil Discovery Center. Summer visitors have waned and students are busy with the start of school.
I recently read in the Tribune, as a part of one of Bill Coate’s informative Madera area history articles, that 100 years ago, the week of July 17,
At the Fossil Discovery Center we are building a house that would have been used by the local Native American tribe, the Yokuts.
Blake Bufford, manager of the Fossil Discovery Center of Madera County, invests much time in adding to knowledge about the many aspects of the site