The city’s oldest publishing company and leading newspaper is set to open its doors to welcome the public Wednesday. Some fortunate attendees will even be shot.
The event is a customer appreciation day where food and activities will be offered free of charge. The Madera County Public Health Department will also take part by offering free flu shots.
The event, slated from 4 to 6 p.m., will include a bounce house, face painting, popcorn, a DJ, and a barbecue.
The Tribune will also offer special rates on subscriptions. Patrons may sign up for one of two offers, both of which are buy one get one free. In the first, subscribers receive one month of the paper for free when they buy one and in the other they may get up to three months free by buying the first three months...