By Tyler A. Takeda, Ronald Montez and Mark Smith of The Madera Tribune
The lefties in San Francisco are at it again, trying to ban telephone books. Are they nuts? Phone books are among the basic tools of life, for most of us, anyway.
High school students are honoring an alumnus who gave his life serving his country by unveiling his name in a veterans’ monument this Friday and raising money to help put his daughters through college.
Local author Lawrence F. Lihosit’s book titled “Years On and Other Travel Essays” has received the 2011 Peace Corps Writers’ Travel Book Award.
Kylee Marie Irby of Madera and Adam Douglas Brannon of Fresno are engaged and will marry in March 2013 at the Church of Christ in Madera.
Polls show the death penalty is still popular among California voters, so it is unlikely Proposition 34 — which would end the death penalty and replace it with life in prison without parole — probably will f
$14,000 health and welfare package halts negotiations