As the school year comes to a close, 4-H events and activities wind to an end as well.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
By Melanie Galindo
Last week, some well-meaning but misinformed people participated in demonstrations against water-bottling operations in California.
Have any of you been waiting for grilling season? I sure have, even though I admit that I sneak in a few barbecue meals now and then during the winter months if weather permits.
This running-around scribe found friend Kevin Herman carefully maneuvering his boat, while avoiding my toes, into a filling station Friday.
What is termed as a wildly popular water-saving program in Southern California doesn’t seem to be worth it, and may wind up giving water ratepayers a soaking.
ORIGINAL MHS PRODUCTION TAKES SHOTS AT SOCIETY — “Machine Works,” a Madera High School drama production written by English teacher Stephen Mintz, takes shots at numerous American traditions—school, military,