Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, congestive heart failure, brain tumor, eye cancer and the death of a husband. Madera resident Sharon Harlow survived all these and more.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
The county’s agricultural commissioner Stephanie McNeill announced the start of an “extensive survey” in response to the detection of an Asian citrus psyllid (ACP) southeast of the city of Madera in the Bona
The city will host its annual Spring Fling Eggs-travaganza on Saturday morning with over 10,000 eggs filled with candy and prizes for children to hunt.
Madera police received the following calls for service for March 9-10.
Monday, March 9
11 a.m. — Cruelty to animal in the 2800 block of National Avenue.
Eric Cisneros, an eighth grade student at Eastin-Arcola School, has been selected the Madera Sunrise Rotary Club’s Student of the Month.
In a county where agriculture is worth nearly $2 billion of annual goods, the continual theft of equipment and even water through illegally drilled wells has remained a frustrating, lower-priority issue.
The Madera District office of the California Highway Patrol recently announced the selection of Lt. Mike Bowles as its new commander.