Sometimes, rumors are facts.
Letters to the editor
Letters to the editor from readers of The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Twenty six years to life for possession of drug residue? How is this possible in the United States of America?
We, at the Madera County Public Health Department’s Tobacco Control agency strongly believe that tobacco-related premature illness and death are preventable.
As a former two-term county supervisor I believe I can speak from experience and personal observations in regards to some of the personnel mentioned in the recent Grand Jury Report.
Moore, Okla., has received several tornado impacts over the years. Rebuilt eight times, I have read. They are still using sticks and nails.
For about 100 years or so we had an organization formed to teach boys the values needed for living a life of character as future voting and leading citizens.
The Avenue 17 transportation corridor has been on the county’s radar for a while and for good reason. A former county supervisor campaigned with that issue on his slate.