CITY, SCHOOL LEADERS PONDER GROWTH PROBLEMS — The City of Madera’s aggressive growth policy, which will bolster school enrollment and create the need for more classrooms, drew city and school officials toget
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
There’s a saying that goes like this: “You may be the only Bible some people ever read.” Maybe you know some people who live that way — setting a good example for others in the way they conduct themselves, i
Here we are, celebrating another Valentine’s Day (formerly known as St. Valentine’s Day in our less politically correct past).
Some weeks I wrack my brains for a topic to fill this space. This week the calendar handed me a couple of gifts. A day ago was Friday the 13th.
The Howard 4-H Club hosted its one and only fundraiser — the annual Pancake Breakfast — on Super Bowl Sunday. The event was a huge success!
Harry St. John Dixon was fully a product of his time and place. He was born in Mississippi, fought for the Confederacy, and after the war, turned his back on his devastated homeland.
Here we are, another Friday the 13th. I have written about it to death so I won’t bore you with any bad luck trivia about walking under ladders, dodging black cats, or stepping on a crack.