Two sides of the California High-Speed Rail issue came together Tuesday at an official congressional hearing held at Madera Community College center.
A wayward, roaming and vocalizing peacock was recently trapped in a mountain community by a federal trapper and taken to the Madera County Animal Shelter.
The first major holiday weekend for summer travel passed uneventfully, with moderate traffic flow and no major injury collisions reported, according to the California Highway Patrol.
At first glance, most people might overlook the best Madera Coyote sprinter since the great Ronald McCree walked the campus in 1986.
Editor’s note: Madera County Economic Development Commission Executive Director Bobby Kahn discusses why he thinks Madera County has a tough sell in luring new wineries or a cheese plant here.
On May 18, the Tribune ran a story with the headline stating “Judge says Keitz can block release of Rowley Report.” The story purports to detail the decision by Superior Court Judge James Oakley, who issued
“Woke up Sunday morning with no way to hold my head that didn’t hurt.” Wait, that was a line from a Johnny Cash song.