A few days ago, The Associated Press, of which The Madera Tribune is a member, made a change in its stylebook which has some of the public talking.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
By Crystal Rivera of Madera South High School
Stallions are back and the countdown is on for summer break... I think that’s what motivates many kids.
By Marissa Torres of Madera High School
I’m not sure how you feel about this, but I think tri-tip of beef (or triangle roast in some parts of the country) isn’t what it’s cracked up to be.
It was the third or fourth time that the Brooklyn Dodgers lost the World Series to the New York Yankees. My friends and I made an effigy of Yankee manager Casey Stengel, a former Dodger.
The road seemed the same as it had been in 1974 when this future desert wanderer began my sojourns to the Northern Mojave.
Banana republics got their appellation during the 1920s, when dictators ruling countries like Honduras and Guatemala made decisions on the say-so of banana growing companies, strictly for the profit of those