I enjoyed Bill Coate’s article about the Massetti family. The first time I heard part of the story was when I was 8, 9, 10 ( I don’t remember). I had ridden my bike into a farm yard and knocked on the door.
Letters to the editor
Letters to the editor from readers of The Madera Tribune newspaper.
My children attend a charter school in Madera and have asked me numerous times to move them to another school. You may ask why.
The announced retirement of District 3 Supervisor Ronn Dominici will be a loss to the citizens of Madera County. I was very pleased to see that Mr.
I try as hard as possible not to write letters to the editor. But when a topic such as Jim Glynn’s “Education: The power to make or break” appeared I knew I would have to respond.
Volunteerism is one of the greatest foundational treasures our community possesses. The evidence is everywhere.
After reading Thursday’s “Howling From The Heartland” regarding “Education: The power to make or break,” I felt that I could remain silent no longer.
My wife and I are both over 65 and retired. Last year we each paid $1,158 for Medicare Part B insurance; totaling $2,316 for both.