We’re seeing the beginning of the end for The Madera Tribune. First, it was cut to five days a week, now it will be cut to two days a week. What can you expect in Madera?
Regarding the water situation, enough is enough with the drought resistant landscape and how great it is that the city is giving rebates for taking it out.
ADULT LITERACY PROGRAM DEDICATED — Approximately 200 people packed the Blanch Galloway Room of the library Wednesday for the noontime dedication of Madera County’s Partners in Adult Literacy program.
The Madera County Sheriff’s Office received the following calls for service on Aug. 1 to 6.
Clients at the Star Center, an adult daycare center for the developmentally disabled, welcomed an active 9-year-old volunteer this summer, who helped prepare lunch with them, painted their nails, and styled
Deadline is Tuesday
The deadline for exhibitors to register for the 2015 Madera District Fair, themed as “Shear Excitement,” is Tuesday.
The credit rating for Madera Irrigation District’s water revenue refunding bonds has improved, the district announced Friday.