We take a lot of things for granted hereabouts, one of them being Yosemite National Park.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
The other day I went to the doctor’s office for a blood test, and it took three people to find a vein that would give enough blood. That isn’t particularly unusual. I have shy veins.
The warnings are up — work is about to begin on the improvements planned for 4th Street.
The Postal Service missed a big payment the other day, failing to contribute some $5 billion into the USPS pension fund.
How successful was the grand opening for Marshalls, the new department store at the fairgrounds shopping center? Well, let’s see.
It was 104 degrees outside, according to the thermometer on the dashboard of my car Tuesday afternoon when I was headed home on Falcon Drive from the newspaper office.
Mrs. Doud and I are in the sitting for the gold medal in the sofa Olympics.