The North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians announced Monday that its chairwoman, Judy “Elaine” Bethel-Fink, was appointed to a federal position where she will represent California tribes in health matters.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Film, panel discussion planned
Eight men and women were applauded by family, friends and the staff of the Madera Rescue Mission, who they’ve come to appreciate as much as next of kin, during a graduation ceremony at Madera Baptist Church
Students at Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School deliberately went hungry to help feed starving children.
After 17 years and eight months, Sunny and Renu Bhanot walked out of their 7-Eleven convenience store at Cleveland Avenue and Lake Street late last week for the final time.
For The Madera Tribune K9’s of all kinds, showed their skills during Madera County’s annual K9 training day held in Eastern Madera County over the weekend.
Madera County residents will have a chance Tuesday to shape the future of water policy during an informational workshop at the Madera County Board of Supervisors meeting.