Tomorrow we will say goodbye to a man I’ve known for two-thirds of my life. He was a mentor, a boss, a teammate, a friend and most of all, my father-in-law. Some people live to be 95.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
It’s no secret that the Madera County Library has no money in its budget for the purchase of new books.
MISTAKE TURNS UP SECOND LITTLE MISS MADERA COUNTY — Officials of the Chowchilla-Madera County Fair announced today there was actually a tie in Wednesday’s Little Miss Madera County Pageant, and two girls hav
The good news is that California’s dairy industry — the state’s most important agricultural commodity by dollar volume of farm revenue — continues to grow and have a powerful economic impact.
Last week, Ralph Vartabedian and Dan Weikel filed a news article about California’s slo-mo bullet train.
My brother Rocky should have celebrated his 66th birthday Friday. He died June 20, 2002.
Empowering affirmations have perhaps become some of our era’s most popular cliches, doomed to be drained of meaning and impact by casual overuse.