First, dear reader, let me say thanks to you for reading this, the first issue of our twice-weekly Madera Tribune.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
FARM WORKER AMNESTY FRAUD — A federal commission has warned that thousands of people who could not have been eligible have applied for Special Agriculture Status under the Amnesty Act’s agricultural provisio
Hey! You found me! And this thankful scribe appreciates your effort on this weird, wacky, Wednesday.
I used to grow my own strawberries, but eventually lost most of my crop to the wildlife, especially the quail. Even netting over the plants couldn’t keep bird beaks out!
Beginning next week, The Madera Tribune will change its publishing schedule to two days a week, from our usual five days.
Beginning next week The Madera Tribune will transition from a five-day daily to a semi-weekly, with editions delivered on Wednesday and Saturday. Our plans are to publish two heftier editions per week.
This Meandering begins with a cruise north that started along Santa Fe Drive at Avenue 24, which parallels the railroad tracks to Le Grand and that town’s old depot.