Before the preview gets started, let’s preface by noting it is being written by a Dodger fan trying to determine how the Giants can win the World Series.
By Tyler A. Takeda, Ron Montez and Mark Smith
On Page A1 of today’s paper, you will see a story about the likelihood of the United States becoming the world’s biggest producer of liquid petroleum products. I find that absolutely flabbergasting.
On Oct. 17, it had been five years since a good friend of mine passed away. He was Frank P. Molina, and I have real good memories of him.
We want to thank The Madera Tribune for the great publicity that was given to our Heritage Day in the Park on Oct. 13.
I am trying to locate a friend of mine that has lived in Madera for many years. His name is Glenn Music. He was an old U.S. Coast Guard mate in Sheffield, Ala., back in 1962.
Did you know that Rotary International began polio immunization in India in 1978?
There’s still plenty of time to brew up something tasty in the ol’ kitchen cauldron. Even if you don’t celebrate Halloween or Day of the Dead, you might like to nibble on some quick-to-make treats.
(Note: While the writer’s gal is still recovering from heart surgery, this column is from the archives of Nov. 14, 2005.)
The Madera County Cattlewomen’s Association has announced that Barbara Spillane of Coarsegold has been named “Cowbelle of the Year” for 2012.