Margaret Mead, the American Anthropologist was quoted as saying, “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever does.”
Letters to the editor
Letters to the editor from readers of The Madera Tribune newspaper.
In 2008, presidential candidate Barack Obama famously told “Joe the Plumber” he should be willing to have the government “spread the wealth around, (because) it’s good for everybody.” Conservatives warned in
The Tribune published an article on Saturday that announced the snowpack in the Sierras is at 20 percent of its average level for this time of year, and the current outlook for rain and snow is not promising
Thoughts on my friend and wrestling coach, Al Kiddy:
Native Maderan Darwin Shebelut, a business leader who built a car dealership, a housing development and two shopping centers, and helped build Madera Community Hospital, died Monday, Dec. 16.
I’m not sure Editor Doud was being fair in his editorial comparing RomneyCare to ObamaCare.
Here you are, folks. Forty to 50 years after the shortage of water was brought to our attention, it has arrived. Thousand-dollar monthly bills on the coast. Folsom Lake drying up. Area people in an uproar.