By Cristal Rivera of Madera South High School
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Editor’s note: City Councilman Gary Svanda began this series Wednesday by reminding us that trying to balance the city budget by firing more people or raising taxes and fees no longer would work.
As students approach high school graduation, it is time for them to reconsider attending college if they have decided not to continue their educations.
I had to give up growing cucumbers (animals ate everything), but I can usually find some good ones at farmers markets and most grocery stores.
Don’t believe everything you see, political or otherwise on the Internet.
First in a series
Both the city and county of Madera are seeking to generate economic expansion, and they are forming committees to do that.
Although several months have passed, I still want you to know what an exhilarating experience it was to read the article in this paper about my friend Fred Gartner, titled “From the Russian Front to a local