Many of you may have noticed the purple ribbons all over town, along streets leading to Lions Town and Country Park. That’s because it is Relay For Life time. Saturday, May 2, beginning at 9 a.m.
Published non-columnist opinions ranging from reviews to letters.
As the drought conditions here in the Central Valley worsen to stage III, and as homeowners reduce their water expenditures, Madera High School continues to water its land liberally.
Who is the best man for the job? Best man for the job was a woman. Baltimore mom whupped her son for wanting to go to the riots.
Thanks again for running the AARP tax preparation service in the Community Calendar.
We prepared taxes for 205 people in Madera and Chowchilla, and close to the same amount in Oakhurst.
You say/I say. Concrete/cement.
Cement has no aggregate and little strength by itself. What interests me is where is the water in concrete?
The community of Madera should get to know the MUSD trustee they have put so much faith into.
The movie “McFarland U.S.A.” will be coming out soon. The joy of this movie is it could be a story about any high school that had a cross-country program in our San Joaquin Valley.