This has been a tough week. Major disasters tend to clarify and bring into focus the things in life that are important.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
“Describing our good will bring it to our sight again.”
— Emma Curtis Hopkins.
Now that lawsuits that could have delayed the start of the California High-Speed Rail System in Madera County have been settled, and the plaintiffs have received at least some of the mitigation they asked fo
No one is seriously suggesting that California will soon become another Cyprus, the Greek-speaking Mediterranean island nation whose economic bailout plan includes dunning holders of “large” bank accounts as
Madera County has, from time to time, drawn several movie stars out of Hollywood to its hill country. Henry Fonda, John Candy and Dan Akroyd are just a few that come to mind from the past few years.
Here we are, reader, another Friday, with summer on its way. But this isn’t just any ol’ Friday. This is the anniversary of actress Mae West being sentenced to 10 days in jail for obscenity. That was 1927.
City Engineer Keith Helmuth Wednesday night explained his plans to improve some of the city’s streets, but he warned the improvements would only slow the deterioration of some street surfaces.