Madge Cook was born in Madera in 1904. Eightyfive years later, she made a presentation before the Madera County Historical Society in which she gave the highlights of her memories of early Madera.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
It appears as if this year’s election campaigning is going to get a bit rough. With the heavily financed negative advertisements, just about anything is fair game.
Well, the much-anticipated summer vacation is nearly here for Madera students. No more early morning alarms and rushing to class while trying to put the finishing touches on homework.
The discovery last week by sheriff’s deputies and agents with the Madera County Narcotics Enforcement Team of nearly 11,000 marijuana plants in a nursery setting in North Fork is just a small indicator of ho
Registration has started for the summer Kids Camp programs. The first of nine one-week sessions begins June 11. There is recreation, trips, arts and crafts, and much more.
As I was announcing the baseball playoff game between the Madera Coyotes and Tulare Western Mustangs on Thursday, I happened to take a glance at the stands.
I was talking to a teacher Saturday who told me the parents of a lot of the children she teaches are idiots.