It’s time to do away with city-sponsored spring egg hunts — or Easter Egg hunts, as some of us still call them.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
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.
State Sen. Mark Leno, a San Francisco (where else?) Democrat, has proposed a bill that would allow local communities within California to allow bars to stay open until 4 a.m.
I’m a little bit fed up with the cat these days because she has been getting under our skin — literally.
If you were to use one word to describe the state of Madera and Madera County, that word would be “better.” Maybe only a little better, but better nevertheless.