I watch as our Valley turns to dust, and I wonder why this state government allows this to happen. Most of the people outside of the Valley are liberal Democrats, socialist even.
Published non-columnist opinions ranging from reviews to letters.
About The Madera Tribune going down to two days a week: That’s sad. They come over here and they take over everything. And, I’d like to know, is there a recipe on lawn grass to feed your family.
With the fall semester under way, we are excited to welcome new and returning students.
Whether you are for or against the Bass Lake Water Co. takeover of MD6 (Lakeshore Park) and MD7 (Marina View Homes) you should consider this:
We’re seeing the beginning of the end for The Madera Tribune. First, it was cut to five days a week, now it will be cut to two days a week. What can you expect in Madera?
Regarding the water situation, enough is enough with the drought resistant landscape and how great it is that the city is giving rebates for taking it out.
Thursday, July 23, homeowners of Lakeshore Park delivered an almost unanimous written petition in opposition to privatization and consolidation of our water resources at Lakeshore Park WMD-6.