The good news, as heard at Wednesday’s City Council meeting, is that the city is still saving water over 2013 consumption by some 29 percent.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
“…the first thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers.”
— William Shakespeare Henry VI, Part 2
An amazing thing happened in Madera last Sunday morning. A World War II researcher from Holland came to Madera looking for Wallace Emmert.
That was one of the titles suggested by dear and dedicated reader, Linda Recalde, for this beginning-of-the-weekend birdcage liner.
Not that pond where we see the sunset, but the one those Easterners see the sunrise every morning and ships and airliners depart New York for the British Isles.
It figures that just because at this time in my life I need to cut way back on carbohydrates such as rice, I find myself on the verge of craving them.
Even with temperatures well over 100 degrees opening day, the Madera District Fair still drew almost 4,000 people for the start of its four-day run.