You would think that after 160 years of being a state, California legislators would have passed all the common-sense laws they could think of and I believe they have.
Letters to the editor
Letters to the editor from readers of The Madera Tribune newspaper.
I am with the Tribune on pressuring the School District to release their plan for implementation of Common Core, nickel by nickel.
October is national Orthodontic Health Month, a time when members of the American Association of Orthodontists provide the public with information about orthodontics.
The duplicitous message that the High Speed Rail (now called “High Performance Rail” because it fails to meet the promised voter approved standards) heavy maintenance facility would deliver high paying jobs
Regarding the article in the paper on the water rate increase for Parkwood and the outrageousness of the amount, please be advised that we homeowners did not receive any ballots so that we could say no.
To the caller to the Red Line who didn’t like the “Catholics against Obama” bumper sticker. Were you able to read the bottom line message? If not, it says, “Don’t tread on my religious beliefs”.
How many nonprofits are there? Mondays mail brought a full box. Envelopes folded over. Easter Seals, Boys Town, St.