The Fossil Discovery Center has been busy and we are more than pleased at the variety and quality of activities being held there.
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.
Good things keep happening — including the rain last weekend. That additional snow in the Sierras means more water for everyone.
Blake Bufford, manager of the Fossil Discovery Center in Fairmead, lets us in on a science lesson fora group of eagerlearners.
If you were just old enough to enjoy coloring with crayons — and some of us are never too old — when you took a ride to the Madera County Discovery Center, a coloring opportunity would have been a part of yo
Weeding our yards often seems to require quite an effort, so we are more than impressed with the magnitude of the following project.
Many people are familiar with the Wooly mammoth. Woolys, only slightly larger than modern elephants, stood a little over 10 feet tall and weighed six to eight tons.