Maderans need Measure G on the November ballot to pass. Places with well supported education and adequate facilities move ahead.
Published non-columnist opinions ranging from reviews to letters.
This is vague and open for other pet projects not printed for the public to see.
Sorry, Mr. Doud — your advice to vote “Yes” for the school bond is questionable because you omitted a basic, overriding, compelling happening that will cause a lack of need for the new school.
Responding to David Cornelius’s letter regarding sending Columbia River water to California in a 25-foot-diame-ter plastic tube sunk in the Pacific Ocean along the coast, published on Oct.
I have heard Michael Keitz and his supporters state he did the right thing by suing the County to prevent the “Rowley Report” from being made public – and making us pay for his own attorney.
With all due respect to Madera Tribune’s exceptional editor, I am reminded what our third grade teacher, Mrs.
I want to thank my family and friends who helped us with donations to complete our trip to Washington, D.C. We, the veterans of World War II, were able to see our memorial.