This is a relative quiet season for the Fossil Discovery Center. Summer visitors have waned and students are busy with the start of school.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
For years, buyers of high-end appliances have been buying stainless steel finishes, unless it happens to be those Madera families who preferred white out of loyalty or because of an unwillingness to follow t
I decided a few months ago to stop writing Confessions of a Couponer, but there have been a couple recent changes in the couponing world that I feel obligated to share.
A Madera man, having heard last week that gasoline prices were about ready to start decreasing, had this to say: “Of course they are.
Even though my dad used to grow barley in his hay fields, I don’t remember having that grain on the dinner table, except for an occasional ingredient in soup.
Boy does that go together, but more on that later.
POPE FILES SUIT AGAINST PITTMAN, SEIBERT — Patricia Pope of the El Peco Ranch has filed a lawsuit against Madera County, the Board of Supervisors, the Madera County Planning Commission, Pittman Farms, Inc.,