What started out as a vision for educating and building strong Catholic minds and souls in a one-room schoolhouse in 1927 has now become an important fixture in Madera as the legacy of St.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Although St. Joachim School is celebrating its 75th anniversary as a source of quality education, this anniversary celebrates much more - love, service, charity, faith and the instilling of Christian values and morals, which have become the legacy of this school that opened in 1927.
The annual celebration of Catholic Schools Week at St. Joachim School commemorates the benefits of a Catholic education.
Some gold rush history, a little mystery, and a huge thirst for modern adventure are all beckoning some local school kids to make a week-long covered wagon train trek in March from Madera to Agua Fria, the f
The Madera City Council and Redevelopment Agency Wednesday night voted to move ahead with construction of the city's new police station, putting a spending cap of $4.2 million on a 17,400-square-foot facilit
Madera Unified School District, Sierra Vista School and Sierra Vista Teacher Bill Coate will receive the Golden Bell Award today from the California School Boards Association during its Awards Luncheon at th
After a laborious four-month search, the City of Madera has selected a new Police Chief, according to Dave Tooley, city administrator.