To flush or not to flush? That is the question. Can we be forgiven for flushing those things we ought not to have flushed?
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
The cat in our house still hasn’t decided whom she will vote for, but I imagine she will cast her ballot for the candidate who promises the most handouts.
The blood they spilled has made our nation strong,
Their payment for democracy was high.
Without their courage we could not belong
As heirs of those who weren’t afraid to die.
Teacher Tim Riché, who among other tasks is the work experience coordinator for Madera Unified School District, told the Kiwanis Club of Madera on Thursday that teens looking for jobs these days face a thorn
Gov. Jerry Brown has raised the possibility that unless one of the two propositions that would raise income taxes for education passes, school years in most districts may have to be shortened.
I heard a phone ring Tuesday morning just after getting out of bed, and so I staggered around looking for which of the three in our house was summoning me.
The discovery last week by sheriff’s deputies and agents with the Madera County Narcotics Enforcement Team of nearly 11,000 marijuana plants in a nursery setting in North Fork is just a small indicator of ho