By Cristal Rivera of Madera South High School
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
On the last Wednesday in February, at the end of a special City Council meeting on priorities for the city, there was a general consensus that “we ought to do something about Yosemite Avenue.” Well, here’s a
One of the good reasons for getting old in life is that, as the years pass, we gain perspective about events of the past.
Spring may be in the air, but it isn’t consistently warm yet. I am still hanging on to a lot of my cold-weather favorites, such as roasted vegetables, and different ways they can be served.
Years ago, when I was playing Little League with pals Don McKinney, Ted Goto, Mark Tanaka and Bobby Brosi, in the off-season my dad took me to the Grand Canyon.
This is a mammoth town. I don’t mean in size, but in actual mammoths, or sculptures of mammoths. In fact, Madera may have more mammoths per thousand population than any city its size.
Elections matter, one reason for the immigration reform proposals coming from President Obama and a bipartisan panel of U.S. senators in recent days.