It is with great sorrow that The Madera Tribune family bids farewell to one of our best employees, copy editor Ashley Lowe. In a small paper like ours, one job description per employee is never enough.
Gravy by the Slice
Life as seen from the perspective of a longtime Maderan.
Once again, it’s time for the Madera District Fair.
How is it possible that this is Labor Day weekend? Where did the summer go? The conventional wisdom states, “Do a job you love and you’ll never work a day in your life!” That is my blessing for you.
I was honored to attend the Madera District Chamber of Commerce Lifetime Achievement awards dinner on Wednesday.
I hope everyone is surviving these dog days of summer. Stay hydrated and keep cool the best you can. If you have the opportunity for a respite to a cooler locale, take it. That’s what we did last week.
I’m not much of a sports fan. I like football season, because I know I don’t have to worry about entertaining my husband. He has the game to do that.
I would like to join the chorus of voices who praised the latest Musings submission by my colleague Leon Emo as he recounted his typical 12-year-old’s bike ride from Schnoor Avenue to Olive Avenue via Gatewa