It’s spring, and they’re popping up all over. No, not mushrooms or wild flowers, but the much more prolific and intrusive man-made phenomena known as temporary political campaign signs.
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The old adage, “water is for fighting,” will be played out in dramatic detail at Madera South High School’s theatre, beginning Thursday, but it is not entirely about H2O.
I am writing to express how pleased I am about the Firebaugh water rally held on March 18.
I have made a decision to retire from my position on the Madera County Board of Supervisors at the end of my current term.
Aren’t Mr. Keitz’s enemies tired of the same issues, the details of which Mr. Keitz, by law, cannot discuss?
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Looking at the March 18 Red Line, the first caller talked about being tired of all the complaining we do regarding the water situation, illegal aliens here, the stores and the leaders of this country.