I have heard some farmers hereabouts predict that if they are forced to fallow their fields because of the drought, the effects will be felt nation-wide, and possibly even world wide because of shortages of
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
It’s always been hard for me to settle on just one or two fruits as my favorites, but strawberries and rhubarb are right up there at or near the top.
Like a leprechaun hiding in deep clover, St. Patrick’s Day snuck up on me Monday morning.
While two Madera County races — those for District 1 supervisor and sheriff — have drawn crowds of candidates, some of the races are quiet indeed.
COURT RULES IN FAVOR OF MUSD IN MCFALL CASE — A Madera County Superior Court judge has ruled that Madera Unified School District officials acted within their rights when they removed Wallace McFall from his
I have been getting emails lately to alert me that this summer will be another high school graduating class reunion.
If there’s a state budget surplus, let’s return it to the people we took it from, goes the demand these days from conservative Republicans led by Assemblyman Tim Donnelly, who now represents a lot of barren