Public Works director, Johannes J. Hoevertsz, has announced plans to pursue a job in Sonoma County after more than 14 years with Madera County. Hoevertsz’s last day will be Nov. 6.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Lion’s Town and Country Park hosted a “who’s who” of Madera civic leaders and public servants late this week for Andrew “Andy” Medellin’s declaration of candidacy for mayor in the 2016 election.
Since 1915, the Madera Farm Bureau has served the community of Madera and will commemorate their 100th year of existence in November.
The Madera Elks Lodge has awarded two students from Martin Luther King Middle School (MLK) as their first Students of the Month for the school year 2015-2016.
The Interact Club, whose membership is made up of local high school students and sponsored by Madera Sunrise Rotary Club, will open their annual Haunted House Wednesday, October 28.
Yosemite National Park Fire Managers are planning a prescribed fire in Yosemite National Park on or before Wednesday, weather and conditions permitting.
After 25 years behind the counter at Madera Medical Pharmacy pharmacist Sara Brannon has decided to retire.