It was a nervous moment for a San Joaquin Valley College (SJVC), Madera student as she walked up to a podium before city officials Wednesday evening to welcome them during the college’s grand opening.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Madera Parks and Community Services is encouraging people to pick up some gloves and a shovel Saturday to help clean up and plant trees along the Fresno River trail and spruce up the city.
Loud bangs could be heard Tuesday in Fresno as the California High-Speed Rail Authority used hydraulic pressure to assess the load-carrying capacity of foundations needed for a bridge over the San Joaquin Ri
The Madera Police Department received the following calls for service this week.
8:17 a.m. — Vandalism in the 700 block of Sherwood Way.
Claire Copher, a junior at Liberty High in the Ranchos, took home first place honors at the Rotary District 10 speech contest held in the Chowchilla High School board room.
By Dr. Bassam Michiel
An attempt by Madera Unified School District’s school board president Maria Velarde-Garcia to keep an investigation of Superintendent Ed Gonzalez under wraps was derailed when the school chief called for a p