As I write this, I’m looking at a map I first acquired in October of 2011. It is a map of the so-called hybrid route of the California High-Speed Rail System’s path through Madera County.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
This idea could be terrific for Madera. It’s already being recommended by the California High-Speed Rail staff to the rail authority’s board of directors.
The other day in Madera, I happened to be in a place where there were transgender bathrooms. And I had to use the bathroom.
I don’t know about you, but for me, the last few months have shown that high tech isn’t all that high. I’m talking mainly about those awful chips embedded in my Visa Card.
Viewed as a pain in the neck by many members of the public, unlicensed street vendors of everything from food to flowers are something more serious than a mere inconvenience in the opinion of the city’s neig
Getting some good rainfall over the weekend was no small pleasure, and the pleasure will be even greater if predictions for more rain this week come true.
The Final Four in college basketball was just completed, with Villanova University the winner after a nail-biter finish, and now another Final Four is ahead of us Maderans — choosing from four names one that