Road rage and drug use alleged
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
The Madera Breakfast Lions Club installed new officers for its 44th year of serving the community. Former Breakfast Lion Judge Ernie LiCalsi installed the new officers and directors.
A joint project by Madera Rotary Club, Sunrise Rotary Club and Madera Parks and Community Services has renewed a large pavilion area at Rotary Park on Gateway Drive.
10th season for Thursday tradition
Fresh produce, live music and giveaways will kickoff First 5 Madera County’s 10th season of its Certified Farmers’ Market (CFM) on Thursday.
Employees of Agriland Farming Company arrived early for their annual family picnic lunch at Sunrise Rotary Park — not to prepare food but to help maintain the park.
The board of directors for the Central California Women’s Conference will honor five Madera nonprofits as part of a group of 40 that will receive grants totaling $60,000 at a reception Tuesday.
A story on Page A2 of the Friday, June 11, Madera Tribune mischaracterized the pay and hours to be worked by teaching artists in the Madera County Arts Council’s arts-education program.