In yesterday’s Editor’s Corner, I posed the idea that the city should have an economic development planning process, not unlike the Vision 2025 the city developed a few years ago as a statement of what Mader
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
President Obama and his GOP rival Mitt Romney both talk about how many jobs they would create if elected in November, but neither is likely to create very many at all.
If you are interested in becoming a member of a city council, or of a school board, here is a heads-up: Registration for the Nov. 6 election begins today, and will run through Aug. 10, or through Aug.
I was driving on Avenue 16 Friday, and saw the oddest thing. It was a man on a bicycle, and as he pedaled along, he was brushing his teeth.
I love sitting, so it is a little hard for me to write this.
You probably have read or heard the story about the yoga instructor who was fired after she glared at a participant in a class being taught at Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park.
The cat at whose house we live is thinking about rounding up some of her buddies and paying Supervisor Tom Wheeler a visit.