By Cheyenne Tex
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
By Clayton Sheehan
Let’s see now ... Beginning in the 1980s, acting under the Endangered Species Act and driven by lawsuits from ill-advised environmentalist groups, the federal government reduced tree-cutting in U.S.
Hats off to Kay Rhoads of Friends of the Madera Animal Shelter and Madera County animal services director Kirsten Gross for stepping forward to eventually build a new animal shelter.
I realize it’s not summer yet, but the other day I was amazed at the number of vehicles that looked like they were headed for a camping trip! Not sure which areas have open roads in U.S.
What does North Korea have against fish? I see where the little dictator of North Korea supervised the launching of four more missiles into the sea (now that’s a big target) off the country’s west coast.
COSTA PROMOTES TRANSPORTATION ACT — Assemblyman Jim Costa, D-Fresno, rolled through Madera on Friday on a whistle-stop train tour of the Valley to promote Proposition 116, the Rail Transportation Bond Act, c