The second round of a San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control Board grant program that replaces mobile agricultural equipment that doesn’t meet new pollution standards is set to open Oct. 15.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
While watering her yard after a parent meeting to discuss how to raise money to send Madera High School’s senior cheerleaders to perform at Disneyland, long-time cheer adviser Tammi Britton had an epiphany.
By Millie Meders
Madera Unified School District got good news Thursday on release of state and federal report cards by the California Department of Education from results of its annual testing program for 2012.
In order to participate in the Nov. 6 general election, citizens must register to vote by Monday, Oct. 22, said Rebecca Martinez, Madera County clerk and registrar of voters.
A man wanted in connection with a Chowchilla-area residential burglary has been taken into custody, according to Erica Stuart, spokeswoman for Sheriff John Anderson.
More than 1,400 Catholics of the Diocese of Fresno, which includes Madera, will gather with their bishop at the Visalia Convention Center Oct.