Wendy Alexander/The Madera Tribune Madera South High graduate, Jazmin Saenz displays her decorated cap with the phase, “I did my best and God did the rest” before commencement on June 10. The following are graduates of Madera South High School: Diana Abendano-Mendoza, Brennan Abshire, Anahizza Acevedo, Sara Acosta-Gonzales, Alexia Aguilar, Jaydah-Zo Aguilar, Yasmin Aguilar-Salvador, Josue Agustin-Gonzalez, Yazid Alamari, Joel Alejandre Urzua, Noemi Alfaro, Jesse Alonso Garcia
The signs are all over town as the various Safe and Sane fireworks stands are being assembled and stocked. The Madera Police Department looks forward to the celebrations and everyone having a good time. This is a sobering reminder that plenty of illegal fireworks are purchased and used this time of year. It also serves as a reminder that fires and destruction of property can and does occur as a result of these dangerous explosives. The department is actively conducting sting
Due to anticipated excessive heat, the following City of Madera Cooling Center location is tentatively scheduled to open from Monday through Thursday at the Frank Bergon Senior Center (238 S. D Street) from 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Due to COVID-19, please be advised of the following: • Participants are required to wear a face-covering • Prior to entry participants will be screened for symptoms of COVID-19. Participants who display symptoms of COVID-19, who are awaiting results from a re
Nugesse Ghebrendrias/The Madera tRbiune Representing the County All-Stars, from left, are Chowchilla’s Aden Munoz and Clay Curutchet and Madera’s Isaiah Monge, Nathan Palacioz and Nathan Martinez. Not pictured is A.J. Rocha from Madera South. “I have a lot of pride wearing this jersey and it felt good playing in front of everybody.” — Nathan Palacioz, Madera FRESNO — The City’s dominance in the City/County All-Star Baseball Game continued after the City upended County, 9-3.
Tyler Herzog won a fast-paced 80-lap Nut Up Pro Late Model feature on at the Madera Speedway, taking the Reverend Ron Spencer Red, White, and Blue Classic for the MAVTV-televised series. Herzog’s win on Saturday night makes him the fifth different winner through the first five rounds of the series, with Brody Amtrout going back-to-back in the 51FIFTY Jr. Late Model Series during the night’s action, as well. “I’m just blessed in so many ways. God blesses me every day,” Herzog
With the fourth of July nearing, Phantom Fireworks encourages its friends and customers to be considerate of your neighbors when using state legal fireworks. We often get too caught up in the excitement and entertainment of the beautiful fireworks that we forget the noise and lights may have an adverse effect on some people and animals. Phantom Fireworks asks you to be courteous to your neighbors. Communicate with them. Notify your neighbors before using your fireworks to all
It began with a press conference at the White House in early February 2020. The President took the podium and announced the coronavirus was about to disappear. Not just from public consciousness, he meant, but from his radar. This might have been Donald Trump’s seminal error. For COVID-19 went on to kill more than 600,000 Americans and also bury many thousands of businesses, large and small. His handling of the virus became the main issue of last year’s presidential election
Zeamays, Wikimedia Commons A staple for picnics and cookouts, potato salad is very versatile. Be sure to keep it cold. Our country’s Independence Day celebration is almost here. July 4th is on a Sunday this year, and hopefully it will be a safe day for everybody. Please be aware that we are well into fire season now, and we do not want a repeat of how awful last year’s season was. There are many ways to celebrate but one thing seems to be a common must-have: food. What would