A story on Page A2 of the Friday, June 11, Madera Tribune mischaracterized the pay and hours to be worked by teaching artists in the Madera County Arts Council’s arts-education program.
For probably the first time in school history, three Madera Coyote coaches will get their chance to skipper City/County All-Star teams in the next two weeks.
The state of Maryland has exhibited a moment of sanity: The so-called “free range” parents of Silver Springs will not be charged with child neglect, according to the Associated Press.
“The democratic aspiration is no mere recent phase in human history ... It was written in the Magna Carta.”
— Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 1941
Madera viewers of over-the-air television may have noticed a new service on digital channel KVHF 4.1, which launched Thursday.
Extending my apologies to my childhood heart-throb Paul McCartney and to Sgt. Pepper but “it was 20 years ago today, Madera Tribune allowed Tami Jo to play…”
The Madera County Sheriff’s Office responded to 97 incidents from June 1 to June 7, including bizarre events such as how a man, possibly under the influence of methamphetamine, was arrested after he repeated