VISALIA — After two losses to the Clovis West Golden Eagles to open the season, the Madera Coyote softball team bounced back with three straight victories to open the Redwood Invitational.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Ray Pool is one of Madera County’s most respected farmers. For more than 60 years he has worked his land to produce a variety of crops, including almonds, grapes, alfalfa, cotton and corn.
A bright-red Massey Ferguson model 1533 tractor rumbles away on the property of Madera’s Quality Machinery Center.
Manufacturing workers have been burdened for more than eight decades with the backbreaking task of lifting 180-pound pressurized gas cylinders onto welding machines — until now.
Out near Madera Airport sits an office building on an acre of land that can boast a unique feature others can only dream about.
Mario Daccarett and Golden Valley Farms is making its name by producing cheese from sheep milk.
A bout with cancer and research on the disease in 2009 led Mario Daccarett to develop and pursue a passion to make sheep milk into cheese.