Over the years, a plethora of dramatic and comedic stories have been shared at one of my favorite restaurants and when I perused the television on-screen channel guide and spied “The Vineyard” I thought, wow
Editor’s note: Reporter Don Wright covers water issues for various publications in California.
The northbound on-ramp at Avenue 12 and State Route 99 is scheduled to be closed all next week as part of a larger three-year improvement project for the interchange.
Smoke continues to fill Madera sky
A deceased man was discovered at Courthouse Park earlier this week and by late Wednesday it was not known how or why he died.
The Madera Coyote football team will host its second annual alumni dinner Aug. 9 at the McKinney Ranch.
One can hope that the upcoming talks between the Israelis and Palestinians will result in a lasting peace, but don’t bet your house on it.
Could Ripperdan School be reopened?
It amazed me to read a front page article in The Madera Tribune on Tuesday about Pope Francis saying “who am I to judge?” of [chaste and celibate] gay priests.
Twenty-five days — and just 12 training days — left until I attempt my first 26.2-mile race. My heart pounds every time I think about it.