WELL RUNS DRY; SUPERVISORS TAKE ACTION — Supervisors took action Tuesday to allow a struggling water company to hook up to a county well after its well ran dry.
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GEORGIA-PACIFIC LAUDED FOR HIRING VETERANS — Madera’s Georgia-Pacific Corporation has been awarded a certificate of commendation from the California Employment Development Department for outstanding service
NEW MAP SHOWS MADERA AS GATEWAY TO YOSEMITE — Madera has always laid claim to being the true gateway to the Yosemite Valley, and tourists who have traveled this and other routes assert that there is nothing
FARMERS WILL GET MORE WATER — Early releases from upstream storage will provide Madera farmers with more water during their peak growing season and temporarily stall the drafting of Hensley Lake.
COUNTY TO ALLOW FIREWORKS — Despite pleas from the California Department of Forestry to totally ban the sale of fireworks in the county, supervisors decided that getting rid of the noisemakers would be almos
DIAL-A-RIDE REACHES MILESTONE — Sixty-eight-year-old Loretta Castro is never late for church.
ARTS COUNCIL READIES FOR ‘ART, ART ON THE RANGE’ — An evening of special arts events is planned by the Madera County Arts Council for Saturday, June 17, at the Daulton Ranch.