In regards to Mr. Glynn’s column on Saturday, Nov. 15: Perhaps minimum wage is a cause of income inequality. The minimum is set, and that is all one has to pay to be legal.
I recently wrote in an email message to a correspondent about a different matter, and mentioned the phrase: “There is no justice.” It certainly applies in the case of the communist Angela Davis being honor
Event to feature food drive, raffle
More than 100 Maderans have signed up to run and walk in the first T100 Turkey Trot on Saturday morning, and registration is still open.
The community of Chowchilla will hold a blood and marrow charity drive, Color for a Cure, Saturday to raise funds for a 27-year-old college student with leukemia.
Madera Unified School District has announced a public meeting for 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in the MUSD boardroom, 1902 Howard Road, to discuss the state’s new school funding program.
Madera County launched the HERO Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) program Monday to help property owners across the county see lower utility costs and reduce resource use.
About four hundred people filled the pews at Yosemite Christian Center to witness the wedding of not one, not two — not three or even four — but eight couples at once.