JENSEN QUESTIONS PUBLIC LASHING OF TAX COLLECTOR — Supervisor Rick Jensen questioned Tuesday the courtesy of the board in the wake of the public scrutiny it gave Madera County Tax Collector Janice Whipkey an
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BOARD MIFFED BY PROBLEMS IN TAX COLLECTORS OFFICE — Miffed supervisors ordered another telephone line installed in the Madera County Tax Collector’s office to handle an avalanche of calls.
MADERA TRIBUNE ENDORSEMENTS — The Madera Tribune endorses the following candidates in the June 7 election. In District 3 supervisorial race, the Tribune recommends Gail Hanhart McIntyre for a third term.
GANGS NOT A PROBLEM IN MADERA — They carry colored handkerchiefs in their pockets and call themselves “Cripps” and “Bloods.” A few weeks ago, three Madera High School students who were involved in a fight we
MAPA ASKS FOR CLEAN-UP OF C STREET — Demands for expediency on the eradication of drug trafficking on South C Street were made at last night’s meeting of the City Council.
ROBERT E. GARIBAY: BEHIND THE HEADLINES — Mayor Robert Garibay is this week’s subject in “Behind the Headlines.” The 37-year-old Maderan is married with four children. He is a certified public accountant.
MUSD WILL PURCHASE BOISE CASCADE — Madera Unified decided Tuesday night to pursue the purchase of the former Boise Cascade Building, which will house the district maintenance, print shop, and warehouse facil