This humble scribe is still receiving correspondence on my story on F Street (Gateway Drive) and my bike ride way back when.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
CRIME WITNESS NETS $200 — A Madera man is $200 richer thanks to reward money paid to him for his part in the arrest of a grand theft suspect.
Madera Unified School District Board Member Lynn Cogdill and others are pursuing an idea which has much merit.
Nearly 23 million Americans have type 2 diabetes and many others are unaware that they are at high risk for the disease.
A person we know and her husband-to-be had decided to try to buy a repossessed (and thus, they thought, affordable) house in Madera.