It’s been called the “small-scale Biggest Loser” of Madera, but the Posh Makeover Movement is made up of women who empower one another instead of compete against each other.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
In less than a decade, Madera youth have carved a legacy locally and year after year continue the charitable practices of their predecessors.
It was a clear, cool, early morning at Lions Town & Country Park.
By Nathan Fuentez
The NAACP has been a staple in the enduring fight against racial injustice around the nation and the Madera 1084 branch is no exception.
By Annarosa Salazar
The way Mark Lacave sees it, there is no better way to love your community than by helping beautifying it or helping those who are in need.
Fifth-generation Madera farmer Karisa Caterina Pomering nee Loquaci has turned an autoimmune disease diagnosis into a successful Web site and business.
Farming is hard work and the right tools can lighten the load. Cal Pacific Supply, Inc. at 421 Noble St. in Madera is a one-stop shop for merchandise needed to operate a crew of farm workers.