A Saturday afternoon gathering at outdoor music venue ApCal benefitted the Honor Flight Project, which sends World War II and Korean War veterans to Washington D.C. Over two dozen veterans attended.
Excerpts of news published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
The meeting room at Madera Municipal Golf Course was filled to near capacity as the Madera Breakfast Lions hosted their 2015 scholarship winners during the club’s regular meeting.
The American Red Cross honored local sheriff’s deputies this month for “courageous actions” during the Courtney Fire in September, according to Sheriff Jay Varney.
Outside the future Madera County Sheriff’s Office under construction along Falcon Drive, first-year Sheriff Jay Varney said leading his staff of more than 100 employees is a lot like being a new head coach.
Firebugs and other criminals take notice, Madera County District Attorney David Linn will soon prosecute arsonists and potentially an alleged mountain murderer.
Every weekday at 7:15 a.m. San Joaquin Valley College (SJVC) student Araceli Campos walks onto the Madera campus feeling hopeful and looking forward to the day she will finally become a working graduate.
For the past eight years, the last seven at its current location, GT Auto owner Tim Grizzell has worked hard to exceed customers’ expectations in buying, selling or fixing an automobile.