The presidential debates are proving to be almost useless insofar as telling us anything about the candidates.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
By Tyler A. Takeda, Ronald Montez and Mark Smith of The Madera Tribune
The lefties in San Francisco are at it again, trying to ban telephone books. Are they nuts? Phone books are among the basic tools of life, for most of us, anyway.
Don’t you just love a bowl of hearty, hot soup when the chill of fall (or even winter) is in the air?
I’ve been taken for a ride a few times, and taken for granted a lot more. However, my gal and I were taken to dinner at Cool Hand Luke’s by some old friends this past Saturday.
COP FOR MADERA HIGH — Madera Unified School District trustees voted to pay for a Madera police officer to patrol the high school campus, but it might take awhile.
Polls show the death penalty is still popular among California voters, so it is unlikely Proposition 34 — which would end the death penalty and replace it with life in prison without parole — probably will f