I think Tami Jo Nix was having a dull day and decided to stir up a little excitement. Her column of Oct. 13 needs a response.
Letters to the editor
Letters to the editor from readers of The Madera Tribune newspaper.
My mother taught me to resent the rich. As a Depression-era child of an itinerant carpenter, she was taught that rich people had everything but virtue and that poor people have everything but money.
For the rural communities of Madera, the election is Nov. 6. This will be our chance to change the Madera Unified School Board trustee for Area 1. We need change now.
I’m writing in response to the idea that Christian prayer in a public meeting is inequitable in view of the fact that some Maderans are not Christian. We seem to be overlooking some things.
I noticed in the Madera Tribune recently, an article relating to Mr.
In the fable, “The Emperor’s New Clothes,” everyone gets to see who the Emperor really is, literally. The President has been exposed for his inability to even challenge his opponent.
I’ve been giving a lot of thought to what has happened to our federal government, the State of California and the County and City of Madera.