We generally are a fair-minded people, particularly when it comes to punishment for crimes. We grant people fair trials. We allow verdicts to be appealed.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
The city of Madera has just celebrated another centennial milestone. It was 100 years ago that the very first air mail service came to town.
Warren G. Harding was never known for his dedication to principle. His administration has been characterized as a series of moral failures, the most notorious of which was the Tea Pot Dome Scandal.
Time is running out to sign your team up for the summer softball leagues. A managers’ meeting will be held at the Frank Bergon Center, 238 S. D St., on Thursday beginning at 6 p.m.
The future of Madera Coyote baseball is in great shape, thanks to the effort of an amazing player from the past.
Now that Richard Schoenfeld, 57, one of the three Chowchilla school bus kidnappers, will be released soon from prison due to a court decision on his parole, it is time to test the power of forgiveness.
Former Madera High standout wrestler Miguel Martinez always felt a rare sense of control during his matches.