Last week was interesting when two people asked me why I was picketing with the teachers union and was not protecting Madera Unified School District. I looked at them puzzled and in disbelief.
Published non-columnist opinions ranging from reviews to letters.
Regarding Chuck Doud’s column April 16 on the J. C. Penney Co. problems: I retired from the J. C. Penney Co. in 1991, after 37 years of service. Your comments on the J. C. P. Co. are accurate and on target.
Elected politicians supporting HSR should be required to post personal bonds from their personal income (not taxpayer compensation) to the cause.
Mr. Rodriguez (Madera Tribune, April 10, Page A1) labeled me a conservative, as if that is a bad thing. The problem is Mr.
I read the April 9 Madera Method Wagon Train article and I noticed that a person was missing from the narrative. That was Bill Coate.
As the District 2 supervisor, I have followed California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation’s conversion of Valley State Prison from a woman’s prison to a men’s prison very closely.
Over a three-day period in a distant July, three generations of Latino immigrants try valiantly to hold onto their culture in the Manhattan barrio of Washington Heights, which is threatened by family discord