Both men seeking the office of retiring Madera County Sheriff-Coroner John Anderson announced several new endorsements by Friday as they build momentum on the campaign trail to November.
The money has been procured, the facilities have been reserved and the coaches have been hired, waiting to be approved. The only thing missing are the junior high swimmers.
What has to be one of the dumbest and most venal ideas to get more idiots to vote is being considered by the City of Los Angeles.
Tyler Takeda, sports editor for The Madera Tribune, shares his opinion on high school football in Madera, California.
With the closing of the filing period for local races in the Nov. 4 general election at 5 p.m.
Eastin-Arcola Elementary School reopened this month after a six-year closure — with no books in its library.
More Madera County croplands could be fallowed if a better water-use policy isn’t achieved soon, according to the University of California’s Central Valley water use and soils farm adviser, Dan Monk.