When I was a little kid and mom was teaching me colors, they were known as red, blue, yellow and variations thereof. I was taught yellow and blue mixed together resulted in green.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
The recent election apparently has resulted in providing the Democrats with a 2/3 or more majority in both the state Senate an Assembly. Another name for it is supermajority.
Yesterday’s Veterans Day commemorative service at Courthouse Park was wonderful as always, and it’s important it be continued.
If you haven’t seen “Time Flies with David Ives,” the Madera South High School Theatre Company’s presentation of the play by Ives, be sure you do.
The cat from whom we rent our house (at the rate of two bowls of kibble a day and all the water she can drink) has been very morose the past three days, and I think it is a good indication she decided to vot
The presidential election is over, and it decided who will be president of the United States the next four years.
A friend reminded me Tuesday that it didn’t matter much how the election was going to turn out.
“We’ll all be dead on Dec. 21, “ he said.