Some 60 charros — horsemen in the classic Mexican tradition — paraded east on Avenue 17 into the gate of Charros Unidas, Madera’s charreria, or horse sport arena, at the conclusion of this year’s annual Joaq
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
A lightning-caused blaze known as the Aspen Fire remained mostly uncontained Sunday after consuming about 9,000 acres of the Sierra National Forest in Fresno County.
The Madera Elks Lodge #1918 honored Madera County law enforcement at their annual dinner Thursday evening at the lodge — including a three-time honoree.
A Madera County fresh fig on its journey from seedling to platter
When longtime Madera County Ag Commissioner Robert Rolan departed last year, Stevie McNeill knew she was the right person for the job.
It’s a simple formula that brings customers to the Valley Pistachio Country Store: keep the products local and the service friendly.
For Agriland Farming Company founder and CEO Jim Maxwell, the best way to learn the ins and outs of a successful business is to be directly involved with the profession.