It’s ironic the way Americans celebrate the labor movement by giving most everyone the day off work.
Gravy by the Slice
Life as seen from the perspective of a longtime Maderan.
Beginning next week The Madera Tribune will transition from a five-day daily to a semi-weekly, with editions delivered on Wednesday and Saturday. Our plans are to publish two heftier editions per week.
I’ll be the first to admit that fashion is not my strong suit. As an example I have six T-shirts with Ouija board graphics on them. When I find something I like I buy multiples if I can.
Thank you to all the people who commented on last week’s column defending Planned Parenthood. They do good work and are being portrayed unfavorably to feed certain political agendas.
The debate on federal funding for Planned Parenthood is getting attention from many places.
Madera’s new courthouse is nearing completion. The building is made of Raymond granite and there is what looks like a stream made with river rocks running through the courtyard.
The weather has been unusual this week. While summer storms aren’t exactly unheard of in the San Joaquin Valley and the nearby foothills, they feel rare.