While reading this the mysterious, and maybe mythical, Easter Bunny is out hiding colored eggs and delivering chocolate bunnies and marshmallow Peeps to girls and boys of all ages.
Gravy by the Slice
Life as seen from the perspective of a longtime Maderan.
I made the short trek to Raymond earlier this week. The winding drive through the foothills is dotted with colorful bouquets of wild flowers along the sides of the road.
The house lights dim and the orchestra music fills the Saroyan Theater as Wicked comes to Fresno. The show is a retelling of the classic Wizard of Oz from an entirely different perspective.
You may have noticed your today’s paper is a little bit bigger than normal. Welcome to the annual Pride edition of The Madera Tribune.
First, we got hit with Daylight Savings Time and last Thursday the first day of spring arrived. I don’t get too charged up about spring, I’m more of a fall kind of person.
The Bard and others would have us believe that Julius Caesar was assassinated on this day in 44 BC by his trusted advisors and forever more attached an ominous connotation to today.
Flying through the air in a B-17 during World War II or spreading sulfur over a vineyard, Ray Pool is a rock star. Madera’s agricultural community threw a big party in his honor Thursday night.