Sign of the times. The refurbishing and repainting of the almost-historic Farnesi’s sign at Avenue 16 is nearly complete and it is looking like it will last another fifty years.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
It comes as no great surprise to find out the government is recording all our emails, phone calls and Internet surfing.
BOARD MIFFED BY PROBLEMS IN TAX COLLECTORS OFFICE — Miffed supervisors ordered another telephone line installed in the Madera County Tax Collector’s office to handle an avalanche of calls.
The cat who rents our house to us (cost: two bowls of kibble per day with the occasional small can of wet food mixed in) is well into her summer shedding of hair.
Today continues the conversation with Jim Taubert, executive director of the successor agency to the former Madera Redevelopment Agency.
California saw plenty of change to its congressional delegation last year, with the long-serving likes of Fortney “Pete” Stark (East Bay area), David Dreier (San Dimas), Jerry Lewis (Redlands), Joe Baca (San
Next Wednesday is one of my banner days. June 12, 1995, I started work at The Madera Tribune as a retail advertising sales executive.