It’s a phrase, the use of which can be traced back more than 100 years — a picture is worth a thousand words.
By Juliet Williams
Last in a three-part series previewing the Div. V football championship game
With 37.5 seconds left in the game, Markus Andrews came down with a key rebound for the Madera South Stallions with a 71-70 lead to conclude the first night of the Madera South Classic.
The Madera Coyote boys basketball team made just three field goals in the second half and a one-point game turned into a 59-49 loss Thursday at the Madera South Classic.
For most Div. III teams, settling for a tie against the defending Div. I section boys soccer champion would’ve been plenty, or in some cases, a major moral victory.
Nelson Mandela, in news and commentary about his death, is referred to as a man of great character as if that were the best way to describe him, and it well may be.
For more years than I care to count, I’ve been writing about the benefits that accompany education.
What’s in a name? Just ask the students at Jack G. Desmond Middle School. They know; their campus was named after a real Madera County pioneer cattleman and farmer.
Leon Emo’s column, Mo’s Musings, does not appear here today in its accustomed place because Leon is dealing with some serious health issues.