I am a big fan of advertising. When I started at The Madera Tribune in 1995, I sold retail advertising. The ad department was the only one with an opening at the time.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
On March 2, 1946, a neatly dressed woman stood beside her attorney, John D. Boyle, and intently searched Judge Stanley Murray’s face for some hint of what was to come.
Coyote blue. A local came up to me while I was having coffee this week and evidently saw I was reading the sports section of the Fresno Buzz.
After all these years, I never thought I could be stumped by what people will do for diversion, but here’s one for considerationd: A cat cafe has opened in Oakland.
Sighs of relief were audible all around California the other day, when the embattled, disgraced Michael Peevey announced he would not seek reappointment to a third six-year term as president of the powerful
Have you ever stuffed a suitcase full of “just in case” items only to find at trip’s end you’ve used only 10 percent of what you packed?
In the Stadium Road Showdown game Friday, the Madera High Coyotes once again prevailed and defeated the Madera South Stallions in double overtime.