Now, you really can live forever, but that’s not necessarily a good thing.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Sarah Gaines is a lifelong Madera resident and a graduate of Madera High. Together with her business partner, Sissy Markle, she wants to provide Maderans with cleaning services not available until now.
One hundred years after Chowchilla Grammar School was built and occupied by its first pupils, the Chowchilla Elementary School District will conduct its centennial celebration at the site of the original gra
There will be no cake, guests, or parties for this birthday.
Madera County residents are being asked to complete a short survey to help researchers analyze their spending and recreational habits in hopes of forming an economically sustainable community.
It isn’t often you see businesses give to their local community the way Madera Glass & Body Shop says it will this Saturday, as the company gets ready to hold its sixth-annual Gold Cup Car Show entirely
Two Madera County organizations have received awards for their continued commitment to the health of Madera residents.