I had to laugh when reading the Editor’s Corner regarding the “Do not remove under penalty of law” labels.
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As summer vacation arrives this year, the teachers, nurses and counselors of Madera Unified Teachers’ Association (MUTA) wish everyone a great summer vacation.
I just read in today’s edition of The Madera Tribune (June 14) that our Madera Police Chief Michael Kime has announced his retirement after almost 10 years on the job.
Picked up from AP, we have a story about a Honduran, Marlon Robert Cortes, being deported because he just missed the new guidelines from Obama.
This is in regard to the news article about city cutbacks in the Saturday, June 16, Madera Tribune:
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As president of the Madera NAACP Branch 1084/ACTSO, I would like to share the historical background of the worldwide Juneteenth celebration, which originated on June 19, 1865, in Galveston, Texas. Maj. Gen.