On PBS last month was a documentary from the 1950s about the first attempt to raise an orphaned black rhino. Nothing was known and everything was trial and error. First night was warmth.
Letters to the editor
Letters to the editor from readers of The Madera Tribune newspaper.
The nonchalant approach continues to linger in Madera Unified School District.
“Please help save us from ourselves (regarding groundwater use)!” That’s the message California Farm Bureau President Paul Wenger has been hearing repeatedly around the state. He quotes it everywhere he go
A country road served long and well,
For 20 years and even more.
Now cracks and potholes grow and swell
So drivers curse, complain and roar.
When driving north of road’s north end,
Before I close out tonight I just wanted to pass this along. Today (Aug. 14), Maj. Gen. Harold J.
Madera is the geographical center of California, and if our rainfall is less than normal by percentage points then that percentage should be the amount less delivery south of the pumps at the base of the Gra
I think it’s time for 30-year politician Jim Costa to go. It’s time to start researching how he has done as a U.S. Representative who now represents our district. This is what serious voters must do.