By Scott Smith
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Local Ronald McDonald House marks 30 years
For three decades, parents of seriously ill children have been able to focus on hospitalized loved ones because others were focused on them.
Attorney and deputy county counsel Miranda Neal announced late last week that she has joined the race for Madera County District Attorney in the June primary elections.
A debt delayed cannot be avoided forever. The county has sold the property of taxpayers long in arrears.
Low-income farm workers, including those disabled or retired, can apply for permanent housing at the office of the Housing Authority of the City of Madera, 205 N.
“Smiles always make a picture look way nicer,” wrote Samantha Valencia, a 14-year-old freshman at Madera High School. “And they give a shine to someone’s face.
Central Valley Community Bank on Howard Road was filled to capacity this week when Maderans gathered to kick off efforts for the 2014 American Cancer Society’s Madera Relay For Life.