Imagination is the foundation of all books, and to turn an idea into a published book is a grueling experience. Any who doubt this only needed to visit the library this weekend.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
The Madera Coalition for Community Justice reached out to Spanish-speaking parents Saturday to talk about the importance of getting involved in their children’s school and lives.
Members of Madera’s Rotary Club, District 5220, returned from India and what Rotarians describe as a Friendship Exchange with a club in Rotary District 3010 in Delhi.
Except for a two-year stint in the U.S. Navy during World War II, Kenneth Leach, 89, has spent his entire life farming.
Dating back to 7000 B.C., walnuts are the oldest tree food known to man.
Barely more than a year old, Indegrow Enterprises is making its name known in Madera and Fresno counties as a company that provides hedging and tree trimming services to the widest variety of fruit and nut o
In a highly competitive agricultural market, Jason Ward operates his Western Ag and Industrial business out of an office in the Madera Ranchos, but has a warehouse in Clovis.