On May 4, 1964, we were living in Dublin, south of Danville. I had completed work on my BS at Berkeley in January and was employed by Sandia in Livermore.
Letters to the editor
Letters to the editor from readers of The Madera Tribune newspaper.
It had to happen eventually … as though the attractive nuisance of campaign sign litter isn’t enough?
I have noted from time-to-time laments by readers of the Tribune concerning the lack of big box stores or shopping centers in Madera. I share in these laments.
I wish I could take credit as a member of the Board of Supervisors in hiring Marcia Hall as our Madera County auditor-controller.
On behalf of the Second Wind 5K crew, I would like to recognize the volunteers who helped the race go off without a hitch on April 26.
In response to May 8 letter concerning the Madera County auditor-controller election race: I and many others have the highest respect for the author, Mr. Boyajian.
First of all, Happy Mother’s Day. You deserve it. After all the hard work you do for me and the family, I thank you from the bottom of my heart.