A state constitutional amendment is in the works that would drop the high-speed rail project and redirect the remaining $8 billion in bonding authority to the construction of surface and underground storage
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
CROWDS BID GOODBYE TO VUKOVICH — Billy Vukovich III was remembered as a likeable, friendly, young man who was also a very talented race car driver, during funeral services at Northwest Church in Fresno.
Up until yesterday, the weather around here was almost balmy with temps at or near 70 on some very sunny and clear afternoons.
A lot of people say they have too much turkey meat left over from their Thanksgiving meal.
The Madera City Council this week decided to squeeze water usage in the city a bit more by cutting down watering to one day a week until March 1.
Oops! I left town last week in order to give a presentation at the 25th Annual Meetings of the California Sociological Association, and I forgot to file this column before I headed off for Sacramento.
As Thanksgiving week approaches we need to count our blessings, cherish our families and friends. Focus on the good things in life.