It’s nice to see the Madera County Board of Supervisors is finally paying lip service, if not some attention, to the dwindling Madera County water supplies, as acres of new residential development are planne
Letters to the editor
Letters to the editor from readers of The Madera Tribune newspaper.
While the article Chukchansi Heads Reset to ‘10 Vote provides a detailed narrative of the Chukchansi tribe’s recent tribal politics, the article inaccurately states that in December 2011 Tribal Chairman Regg
I have been reading the Red Line squabble over illegal aliens with neither side stating many facts.
In Tuesday’s Red Line was a comment regarding starving horses and one that was deceased. I checked with our officer in the area and they did not have a current case working on Avenue 13.
Like most Americans I spent a day last week getting my income tax return completed and, like most hardworking Californians, a good portion of my income goes to Washington and Sacramento.
Today’s paper (Friday Feb. 7) showed flooding on Madera streets. Not even an inch of rain. Isn’t 4th Street a new project? Several years ago, we had a downpour at about 3 p.m.
On Tuesday, Jan.