Music blared from a sound system as people danced on the patio of a house where homemade enchiladas and tacos were served.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Central Valley is still the most affordable
Farmers across California have reported leaving fields and orchards unpicked this year because they are unable to find enough harvest laborers.
Students, parents and teachers of La Vina Elementary got a rundown of what the upcoming school year’s going to be like from Principal Patricia López during an Informational Night by the school.
The filing period for local candidates closed Friday afternoon at 5:00, but there was not exactly a last minute rush for a place on the ballot in the November 6 general election.
Fourth Street will be closed from D Street to Lake Street beginning Monday and lasting until November 26 for road construction, according to information from the City of Madera.
Madera County residents who wish to enter in this year’s fair in September to show or compete must submit entry forms by Tuesday.