Remember the anticipation leading up to getting your first driver’s license. As my 16th birthday approached the possibility of a driver’s license meant independence and less adult supervision.
Gravy by the Slice
Life as seen from the perspective of a longtime Maderan.
Last week’s column asked for the community’s support for The Madera Tribune. I neglected to tell you that Saturday was a big anniversary of this publication.
Madera is my community, our hometown. Together we make Madera a community, not just a wide spot on the map.
Soroptimist International of Madera is a local service club that strives to help women in their community to succeed.
Some weeks I wrack my brains for a topic to fill this space. This week the calendar handed me a couple of gifts. A day ago was Friday the 13th.
How do I say thank you for an award that expressed those sentiments to me? The Thunderbird District presented me with a lovely plaque Wednesday at the annual celebration of Boy Scout week.
On Wednesday, construction crews accidently cut through some fiber optic cables belonging to AT&T while working on the new State Route 99 and Avenue 12 interchange.