A Madera man, having heard last week that gasoline prices were about ready to start decreasing, had this to say: “Of course they are.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
Caution: What follows are some numbers sure to surprise some, perhaps all, Maderans. They are almost pornographic, so make sure the children don’t see them unless supervised.
Proposition 36, which is on the ballot this fall, would change California’s Three Strikes law by raising the level of crimes that can hand a crook a life sentence.
We’re getting bombarded with good news lately, and a lot of us couldn’t be happier, unless we are trying to restrict our caloric intake to roughly that of a sparrow.
Like most public agencies, the County of Madera next year will have to do more with less.
I happened to drive by the location of the soon-to-be-built superior court building on 6th Street, across from the Courthouse Museum, and nothing was going on.
Madera Unified School District Board Member Lynn Cogdill and others are pursuing an idea which has much merit. They want to see a public psychiatric hospital opened in Madera County.