Three Madera students were among 50 winners awarded a $2,000 college grant by Educational Employees Credit Union for the 2014-2015 school year.
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The Madera Tribune will not publish on Independence Day, a federal holiday, but will resume publication on Saturday. The Tribune offices are open today and will be open Monday.
MADERA RANCHOS — A recently found small square urn, holding cremated ashes of a baby girl, has been returned to her family.
By Garance Burke of the Associated Press
The following nonprofit groups, listed alphabetically, have permission to sell legal “Safe and Sane” fireworks in the city of Madera, according to the city fire marshal.
State business incentives to be its focus