A few days ago, The Associated Press, of which The Madera Tribune is a member, made a change in its stylebook which has some of the public talking.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
I’m not sure how you feel about this, but I think tri-tip of beef (or triangle roast in some parts of the country) isn’t what it’s cracked up to be.
If you are a reader of comics, you may have noticed we introduced a new one today.
It’s time to do away with city-sponsored spring egg hunts — or Easter Egg hunts, as some of us still call them.
Mary Kutzer, 82, who lives in the Bonadelle Ranchos, wants to warn others of a scam attempt that was tried on her and may be tried on others.
Franklin and Elaine Secara, whose trust bequeathed $2.55 million for development and construction of a new center for the arts, have both departed from us (he in 2002, she in 2010), but their names will fore
On my way to work Sunday, I passed a guy walking along Falcon Drive carrying a rifle. He waved at me, and I waved at him, although I was sure I hadn’t seen him before.