SEYMOUR DENIES BRIBE ATTEMPT — Sheriff Glenn Seymour and District Attorney David Minier on Thursday refuted the accuracy of an article and subsequent editorial that appeared last week in a Fresno newspaper.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Jay Famiglietti, writing in Thursday’s Los Angeles Times, opines that unless we get a lot more rain, we have less than a year’s worth of water in storage for the entire state.
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.
“To stop going to church because it has hypocrites is like not going to the gym because of the out-of-shape people.”
Oh, what to fix for dinner.
“All of us … are being transformed into the same image from one degree of glory to another…”
— cf. 2 Corinthians 3:18
Madera County has produced its share of rough and tumble, two-fisted drinking, street fighting pioneers. They pop up all through the pages of local history to spice up the pieces of our past.