It is difficult to believe that 23 years have passed since Madge Cook came to a meeting of the Madera County Historical Society and shared some of her memories of early Madera.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
For almost 100 years, Americans have been in love with Baby Ruth candy bars.
Every spring night for the past 19 years, Ray Hix had one destination. After a grueling day as project manager for a big Fresno construction company, he headed home to Madera.
I’ve been kicking the tires on a new bicycle — one called a “hybrid” — and while I haven’t bought it yet, I do think it might be good for my health.
The story to now: Russet the bulldog has followed Larry Clark home, and Henry Wells, still looking for Old Dutch, the escaped bull, confronts a man with a shotgun.
Former Madera High star pitcher James Brager has his career back on track.
The Madera County Farm Bureau Board is showing courage in its decision to sue the California High-Speed Rail Authority over the plans for the bullet train through Madera County.