Officials of the California High-speed Rail System seem to have a cavalier attitude about acquiring land for their project.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
For reasons too inconsequential to mention, I found myself in Fresno doing nothing Saturday. That, in itself, is odd for me.
Even if you don’t like them, a West Coast team will be fighting it out with an East Coast team for the championship of pro football on Feb. 3.
On Monday, the nation watched the final inauguration of President Barack Obama.
We are told that the Great Depression really was over only when America’s industrial capabilities were put to work building things for World War II.
It seemed just a bit odd when Jerry Brown, elected to his second go-’round as governor on a strong environmental program, almost immediately abandoned this state’s least expensive and most productive clean-a
Editor’s note: This article is based on “Dr. Joseph Borden: Madera Pioneer,” researched and written by Gwynn Harris and her fifth grade class at Sierra View School (Chawanakee School District).