This is not a particularly new story, but if you are depending on the Calpers (California Public Employees Retirement System) to pay for your retir
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
This is National Agriculture Week, and it’s appropriate that this year’s Madera District Chamber of Commerce Senior Farmer banquet will be in the m
The High-speed Rail Authority will meet today in Sacramento to vote on whether to sell more than $8 billion in bonds to commence building the track
A hospital consultant from Bakersfield and some local people are hoping to build a mental hospital in Madera, which would be a good thing, both fro
Although it isn’t exactly a secret, not many of the general public know that Sheriff John Anderson, 71, has decided not to run again once his term