I never get tired of enchiladas, and even though the weather is now very warm, I still get cravings for meals that are bubbling hot.
“Hot town, summer in the city,” sang the Lovin’ Spoonful way back when. Actually, I think it was 1966 and the city I was in was pretty cool in many ways other than the temperature.
I’m all about stockpiling, but that doesn’t mean I buy things in bulk packages.
The City of Madera is advertising for bids on the planned widening of 4th Street, and for many, it won’t happen soon enough. The latest delay of a few months hasn’t been the city’s fault.
I just read in today’s edition of The Madera Tribune (June 14) that our Madera Police Chief Michael Kime has announced his retirement after almost 10 years on the job.
Picked up from AP, we have a story about a Honduran, Marlon Robert Cortes, being deported because he just missed the new guidelines from Obama.
This is in regard to the news article about city cutbacks in the Saturday, June 16, Madera Tribune:
Madera County Animal Control officers removed more than 100 cats from a home in the 11200 block of old Highway 41 Monday after a well-intentioned but overwhelmed animal rescuer died unexpectedly last week.
Volunteers and staff at the Fossil Discovery Center hope a successful turnout to their largest fundraiser of the year will help them move forward with big plans.
The post-mortem is still being conducted, and the body is still warm.