Sixty-five billion dollars for a “Train to nowhere” ... $30 billion for “water tunnels.” Not one dime, though, for developmentally disabled children of California.
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“Valley Latinos stuck in poverty.” That was the headline in the June 10th Madera Tribune. It was an AP story, not a local one.
Recently, the Madera County Administrative Officer (CAO) wrote a guest commentary which was published in the Sierra Star entitled, “Grand jury relied on rumor and guesswork.” In this less-than-subtle comment
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The commentary by Glenn Mollette on fitness, obesity, and medical care reminds me of the attitude of the Obamacare rip-off, which is on the fast track to be handled by the IRS.
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My name is Frank Hogan and I was recently convicted of murder, in Madera County, and sentenced.