To answer some of our readers’ inquiries, the Discovery Center out at Fairmead will be celebrating National Fossil Day tomorrow, and no, I will not be on display.
Thoughts on happenings in the city of Madera.
I’ve been taken for a ride a few times, and taken for granted a lot more. However, my gal and I were taken to dinner at Cool Hand Luke’s by some old friends this past Saturday.
Received my sample ballot recently, and this scribe had heard something about the election being a joke and indeed, the ballot did note comedienne Rosanne Barr was running for president on the Peace and Free
I didn’t like it and most baseball fans didn’t like it. Unless you’re a St. Louis Cardinal fan.
Wednesday’s column had the headline “Beans and laughing gas.” Which brings us to this morning, and the fact my truck is near empty, and I need to get gas.
Club-conscious minds. Saturday saw another wonderful Old Timers Day and the fun and feisty festivities afterward in Courthouse Park.
Tomorrow, those parade preparers — and these are the hard-working ones who pull it off every year, the dedicated members of the Madera Kiwanis Club — will be out in force before the first fancier of floats,