For almost two months, parents of California public school pupils have been able to claim with no proof that their religion precludes getting their children vaccinated against once-dreaded and disabling dise
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Flying through the air in a B-17 during World War II or spreading sulfur over a vineyard, Ray Pool is a rock star. Madera’s agricultural community threw a big party in his honor Thursday night.
By Suzanna Gonzalez, Coarsegold 4-H reporter
Earlier this week, an Internet meme amused me.
President Obama is taking a lot of criticism for his reaction to the Russian occupation of Crimea. That reaction has included a lot of veiled threats, but not much else.
By Tom Purcell
It’s a compelling event — something we all better hope we see more of, if America is to thrive.
As Madera entered the 20th century, optimism in the business community ran rampant. Agriculture was on the rebound after the economic disaster of the 1890’s.