First, let me thank all you readers who took the time to correspond telling me how much they enjoyed Friday’s fishwrap about Madera in the 1960s.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
There was a certain irony Tuesday at the Board of Supervisors meeting. County Agriculture Commissioner Stevie McNeill presented the county’s annual crop report, which was full of good news.
Many folks are making fun of President Obama’s vacation. They say he should have rushed back to Washington, D.C., as soon as various troubles arose. Among those troubles:
- Woman responds to last week’s caller about printing drought water rules in Spanish: “The caller was saying the article should be written in Spanish because Mexicans apparently can’t read in Eng
TREE CUTTING LEADS TO POWER OUTAGE AND FIRE — A north Madera resident wasn’t getting a very clear signal from his satellite receiver Tuesday evening as he settled down to watch the Giants game.
A mutual goal to improve the quality of life in our hometown is but one of the common threads that unites the Madera Chamber of Commerce Lifetime Achievement Award honorees.
“In a medical system notorious for opaque finances and inflated bills, nothing is more convoluted than hospital pricing.”
— Elizabeth Rosenthal, The New York Times