Reading The Red Line in Tuesday’s edition, I see I got smacked pretty hard by someone who thinks I’m an idiot for promoting fireworks.
Gravy by the Slice
Life as seen from the perspective of a longtime Maderan.
I am not a fan of summer. The triple-digit heat and my personal R30 insulation are a prime example of why. This latest heat wave has been brutal. The older I get the more it bothers me.
Forty years ago this month, 372 of my classmates and I graduated from Madera High School.
Yesterday near Nashville, my favorite people celebrated their 58th wedding anniversary. Pete Kirk and Nada Gibbins were high school sweethearts.
Tomorrow is Father’s Day. Both of my dads, my father and father-in law, are gone. My father-in-law Gordon Nix died on March 30, 1980. My father Ralph Hill died Feb. 23, 1993.
Next Wednesday is one of my banner days. June 12, 1995, I started work at The Madera Tribune as a retail advertising sales executive.
Recently I ran into B.J. “Jake” Robinson in the produce department at the grocery store. This former MUSD trustee’s late son, Cortez Robinson, was a year ahead of me in school.