Flurries of rain hours before sunrise didn’t keep the Guadalupanos Society of Madera and others from traditional Mexican songs and prayer Friday during the annual celebration of the Virgin of Guadalupe.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
New sounds of music waft across the campus of Desmond Middle School these days. Kirstyn Olsen, a music teacher hired this year, makes a convincing case that “real men sing.”
Yosemite High School won the 2014-2015 Honorable Edward P. Moffat Madera County Mock Trial held Tuesday through Thursday and will contend at a state competition this spring.
OAKHURST — A foothills thrift store that donates its proceeds to support animals was found vandalized this week, with nearly $1,000 worth of donated Christmas items missing or destroyed, authorities said.
OAKHURST — A room full of volunteers honored Sheriff John Anderson for Citizens on Patrol — one of many programs he created as sheriff he will be remembered for when he retires next year, said his spokeswoma
Madera and the south Central Valley didn’t see massive downpours of the state’s biggest thunderstorm in five years until Thursday’s later evening hours, which were predicted to bring some much-needed water t
Moms, dads graduate from 8-week class
More than 20 parents graduated Wednesday night at Lincoln Elementary after taking an eight-week course on parenting and child development.