JENSEN QUESTIONS PUBLIC LASHING OF TAX COLLECTOR — Supervisor Rick Jensen questioned Tuesday the courtesy of the board in the wake of the public scrutiny it gave Madera County Tax Collector Janice Whipkey an
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
District 4 Supervisor Max Rodriguez discusses economic development, specifically that which could come from high-speed rail, which he has favored, often alone, since the first news of the project.
Eli came to the Madera Veterinary Center (MVC) as a new patient in May. He came in for upper respiratory symptoms and gastrointestinal distress.
The other day I happened to see in a magazine advertisement that great improvements have been made in those do-it-yourself Spanish courses, and that because of this one of the biggest purveyors of computeriz
Californians may have been doomed years ago to pay higher and higher gasoline prices for the foreseeable future because of the state’s steadily diminishing refinery capacity.
Tomorrow is Father’s Day. Both of my dads, my father and father-in law, are gone. My father-in-law Gordon Nix died on March 30, 1980. My father Ralph Hill died Feb. 23, 1993.
“Be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind.”
— Romans 12:2