We go over to the park daily to walk like many others in the mornings for exercise and to breathe the morning air. It’s wonderful. But there are a few things that make it difficult to do so.
Thank you for kind remarks in Thursday’s editorial. I appreciate your recognizing the dedication and commitment that our school employees demonstrate for the children of Madera County.
In the Aug. 31 Tribune I really enjoyed the “Welcome To Madera” special section.
It is good to see the Coyote coaching staff is finally throwing the football. Last year they were hesitant to pull the trigger.
Even though my dad used to grow barley in his hay fields, I don’t remember having that grain on the dinner table, except for an occasional ingredient in soup.
Boy does that go together, but more on that later.
The Madera Breakfast Lions Club is helping families stay close to their hospitalized children by saving and donating hundreds of pounds of pull tabs from soda cans.
Here's the latest news for Tuesday, Sept.
After a few years hiatus, Pacific Crest Vineyard and Wine Co. in Madera is opening a new tasting room and hopes to be ready to participate in the Madera Wine Trial in November.
As students return to school, Madera Unified School District wants to remind parents that they can get help to identify and assist children who may be in need of special education services.