Many Californians now deeply distrust state government, and with good reason.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
It is Thursday morning as I write this week’s Coate Tales. Today at 8:30 a.m.
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.
By Patsy Mejia
Madera South Theater Company will perform its last presentation of the play “Museum” at 7 p.m. tonight.
The irresponsibility of some people is enough to make you want to take them out in the country and beat them with baseball bats, then take their clothes off and let them walk home naked.
PISTACHIO PLANT AUCTIONED OFF FOR $245,000 — A bankrupt Madera pistachio processing facility in debt to the tune of $1.8 million was sold at a noon public auction on the steps of the County Government Center
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.