Valley meets federal ozone standard
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
“The plow is the symbol of labor and tillage of the soil. Without labor, neither knowledge nor wisdom can accomplish much.”
A Madera man who allegedly barged onto an Amtrak train, swiped a passenger’s duffle bag, then jumped from the train and fled on a bicycle Monday is behind bars, Madera County Sheriff’s spokeswoman Erica Stua
Two men arrested last week for allegedly vandalizing and stealing copper wire from a streetlight at a Madera County winery have been charged with three more copper wire thefts that happened in September and
Local philanthropic young women between 14 and 17 years old are encouraged to apply for a Soroptimist International award program, the Madera volunteer organization for business and professional women announ
Alison Hayes will wed Grant Tucker on Aug. 16, 2014 at the Vezer Family Vineyards in the greater Napa Valley.
“Our heroes.” A simple message with a simple meaning, but for residents of Cedar Creek Senior Living in Madera those words have become a daily and meaningful tribute to the sacrifice, and memory, of America’