The annual report of the Madera Police Department reflects progress in the policing of our community, but also reflects some problems due to the so-called “realignment” and “split sentencing” laws, which hav
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Barely three weeks after Ronald Reagan became the first professional actor ever elected governor of California, in late January 1967, he gave an hour of his time to a small class of Stanford University gradu
MADERA ONCE HAD AN AUDITORIUM ON THE HIGH SCHOOL CAMPUS — For more than 20 years Maderans had the use of a community high school auditorium, but since the early years of World War II, the community has been
Yours truly has never been a sweets guy, sweet maybe, but not a consumer of sweets. However, now I’ll feel safe if I stop and get a donut or donut hole once in a great while.
Hello, kitchen pals! I thought I would share a few more recipes that are fitting for St. Patrick’s Day, just in case you may be wondering if you should try something new this year, as far as treats go.
Evening had come, supper was done, and it was time to turn in. W.B. Thurman and his wife, Georgia, went upstairs to their bedroom in their house on North C Street.
Wednesday morning, yours truly attended the promotion ceremony (see additional story elsewhere in this issue) of our own Clay Garrison at the California Air National Guard Air Base at FYI airport.