Next week, in previous jobs (but not this one), we used to call it “dead week.” Most of us received both Thanksgiving and the following day off. Something we should think about doing for Super Bowl Sunday.
Thoughts on happenings in the city of Madera.
This could become a routine. That would be starting this catbox liner off with an item concerning a charming gal. This week we have my former third-grade teacher at Washington School, Jannette Lansing.
Audrey Lopez, office manager for the good dentist Dr. Jason Keledjian, is also a pretty good fisherman ... uh ... fisherwoman (?), uh, fisherperson (?).
Veterans Day was not always called by that name and it hasn’t always been on Nov. 11. But let’s start at the beginning.
Our annual Pomegranate Festival will be held at Madera Airport today from 10 to 4 p.m.
We have our treats, and now the turkeys are getting fidgety. And already readers are contributing. What did the baby corn say to the mama corn? Where’s popcorn?
Critics are everywhere, one-on-one, postcards, correspondence and emails. And just in time for Halloween.