Members of the Madera Curves fitness center at 16810 Road 26 loaded and delivered 1,650 pounds of non-perishable food to the Holy Family Table in Madera on Wednesday afternoon.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
A summer car show fundraiser proved to be worthwhile as four high school seniors from the St. Joachim’s Church parish proudly accepted brand new scholarship laptop computers and Dell All-in-One printers.
Respondents say they aren’t affected by spending sequestration
Air Force Airman Jonathan K. Mokhtar, a 2008 Madera High School graduate, recently graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Tex.
The rustling of cattle and other livestock is a crime that few outside the agricultural industry may know about and can sound more like a remnant of a past age than a pressing problem.
A utility company awarded Madera Unified School District a $2,500 grant and the teacher who applied for it plans to use it for extra activities and materials for his special needs students.
After just a week at his new job, former Madera High School graduate Tom Hill knows he is in the right place.