Last week’s column asked for the community’s support for The Madera Tribune. I neglected to tell you that Saturday was a big anniversary of this publication.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Few of the 300 writings by ancient Greek philosopher Epicurus survive today. One paradox said to be his we know only through an early Christian writer in North Africa, Lucius Lactantius (A.D. 250-325).
“And let none of you imagine evil in your hearts against his neighbor; and love not false oath: for all these are things that I hate.”
— Zechariah 8:17
John Robert Nichols has been given credit for being the first Anglo settler in the Fresno Flats area, arriving there in 1858. Located near the head of the Fresno River, White Ash trees abounded.
My gal and I have just returned from the desert — but not “that desert.” I surprised her with a stay at the Mirage in Las Vegas. The same place we stayed on our 25th anniversary a long time ago.
After all these years, I find that I was a free-range kid, and that my parents were guilty of “unsubstantiated child neglect” for letting me walk to such places as school, and the city park without an armed
By Sabrina Jones
Madera High School clubs participated in the annual Kids Day event Tuesday — selling newspapers to benefit Valley Children’s Hospital.