ON THE OREGON COAST — There are reminders everywhere of what will happen, and yet people keep coming here, living here, in complete denial that horror, death and destruction are just half an hour away.
In his editorial in the Aug. 16 Tribune, Chuck Doud shared his thoughts about roundabouts in northern Washington.
Re: Front page Madera Tribune article Aug. 18: “Council may nix election.”
Jim Massetti is in many ways the essential Madera man.
Carl Wisener and Bud Smith have worked together at GBS, in community projects
For many Madera Chamber of Commerce Lifetime Achievement Award winners, Madera is and has always been the place they call home.
Midland Tractor owner Don Nelson used his keen focus, determination and commitment to buy out his partners and turn the agriculture equipment company into a successful family business.
Longtime Madera community humanitarian Charles “Val” Valgene Clute once said the two most important things he wanted to achieve in life were “to be remembered and to be respected.”
Children and teens that run away from home are usually solicited to become a prostitute or sexually exploit themselves in other ways within 48 hours of being out on the streets, child abuse experts say.
Several Madera Wine Trail wineries will offer complimentary dessert wine tasting at a highlight wine kickoff event Sept. 8.