The Madera Sunrise Rotary Club completed the club’s monument at the corner of Tozer and Clinton streets across from Millview School this week by mounting a plaque in the center of the stone work.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
More than 150 people attended the grand opening of the 21st annual Celebrate Agriculture through Art exhibition Wednesday to view various works of arts and congratulate winners.
The discovery of 200 marijuana plants growing near the Berenda Slough in Chowchilla gave new meaning to ‘weed abatement’, sheriff’s officials say.
Peggy Haupt was teaching drama students how to breathe properly when she heard a pop from her own lungs.
“Magic sometimes happens, and it happened tonight,” said Frank April, who was one of 75 people who gathered at the Vineyard Restaurant on Wednesday to hear Frank (Tony) Bergon share some unique insights into
Madera South High School students of art will open an exhibit of 51 panels of wood, each 12 by 12 inches, at lunch Monday.
Students and teachers from an online school met Tuesday at the Central Valley Ronald McDonald House in Madera to give out school supplies and pre-packaged cookies.