The 60-mile flume, which gave birth to Madera, carried more than one billion feet of lumber from the mountains toward the mill near where Millview School now stands.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
There has been many a Maderan to “walk with a dog” along the trails of Lions Town and Country Park, but tomorrow you get a chance to “Walk with a Doc.”
One of the first decisions I make every morning is what to do with my toast.
For the last 20 years — ever since passage in 1994 of California’s abortive anti-illegal immigrant Proposition 187 — Democrats here and around the nation have increasingly depended on Latino vote.
By Clayton Sheehan and Jessie Mann
I failed a cross-training challenge last month — or so I thought.
By Melanie Galindo
Madera South High School will host its annual Stallions Take on the Challenge event today.