You will notice The Madera Tribune (print edition) is unusually small today — only six pages. And there is a reason for that. On Tuesday, a device in our computer room called a server decided to lose its temper, and did not want to have anything to do with its colleagues at the newspaper, including the advertising, editorial and business people.
We were able to cobble together six pages by using old-fashioned methods. Tomorrow’s paper will be bigger than usual because it will contain advertising and other features we had to leave out today.
— Charles Doud, editor and publisher