As a sheriff candidate during the primary, I have received numerous inquiries of which candidate I will be backing for sheriff.
Letters to the editor
Letters to the editor from readers of The Madera Tribune newspaper.
How do you tell the difference between political signs and regular signs like “Shoes Sold Here,” “Backs Rubbed,” “Gold Bought and Sold”?
To honor those who both need and deserve respect is important and rewarding. This was my goal for Sept. 12. My aunt is Doris Bassett Scott, a longtime resident and involved community member of Madera.
This is a response to the Red Line call in the Sept. 9 Madera Tribune in which a woman said that ISIS is worse than Hitler was, and that we needed another Greatest Generation to defeat them.
I would like to thank the current postmaster and the gardeners for the very attractive, drought-tolerant landscape at the Post Office.
During Madera County District Attorney Michael Keitz’s re-election campaign, we have heard him talk about his conviction rate being 17 percent higher than “prior to his tenure” as well as touting the number
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