For the 10th consecutive month, the San Joaquin Valley Business Conditions Index remained above the 50.0 threshold, pointing to economic growth for the next three to six months.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Madera Rescue Mission raised about $22,000 this week during their annual banquet with an auction and raffle at Hatfield Hall.
Madera South High School announced its Homecoming grand marshal, educator Robert Chavez, and Senior Court on Friday.
Madera Count property tax bills will be mailed early this year. But there’s no need to wait by the mailbox. For the first time, taxpayers will also be able to see and pay bills online.
A former Madera County supervisor has endorsed District Attorney Michael Keitz’s reelection, emphasizing Keitz’s experience as the reason for his support.
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.
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.