When Michael Salvador, one of Sheriff John Anderson’s lieutenants, approached me the other day with his idea for a book, I thought it was a good on
T hroughout the Roaring Twenties, two themes ran concurrently during that decade of questionable prosperity.
Oscar Cherry’s big, red Chevrolet was chugging west on Route 66 in 1939.
Little did I know when writing that article a few days ago about the City Council canceling the election in November that I would ever have a story
The pages of Madera’s history are replete with icons, and one of them is Coach Bill McAlister.