Madera City Council Member Robert Poythress reported Wednesday night during the council’s budget hearing that he had attended a meeting on the high-speed rail and finally heard “the truth.”
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
In the wake of the massacre in Aurora, Colo., let’s not argue over gun control. It’s far too controversial. Besides, we have the Second Amendment in our Constitution.
Continuing our focus on cooking contests for the Madera District Fair (Sept. 6 through 9), I would like to get the word out about one called Death by Chocolate.
SF-Omy goodness: Seeing what was on the “trip ticket” from Air Canada, my gal and I drove to San Francisco International airport to pick up our son.
Many believe there are no evil people — merely people who for whatever reason wind up doing evil things.
Most Americans probably know by now that when U.S. Olympic athletes first take the field Friday during opening ceremonies, the uniforms they will be wearing were made in China.
At the turn of the 20th century, there were more than a dozen watering holes on Madera’s main street, and one of the most frequented was the Gilt Edge Saloon.