A few of you asked, either by email, text or actual conversation, if I “saw the light” during the time when I was being given CPR (four times, cracking a couple ribs and my sternum) or even angels.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Work is progressing on the 4th Street renovation project, and it has been brought to the point that we can see what a good addition it will be to the community.
Things are different in politics than they once were, and if one looks at them in a bunch, one sees how profound those changes are as a group.
There is no longer any doubt about it: Even if California gets a bit of rain and snow over the next few weeks — and there is very little in forecasts for most of the state through Feb.
My New Year’s Day resolution to spend less time on Facebook is somewhat intact as January approaches its end.
As what passes for winter in Madera keeps trudging along, the cold and flu season is in full swing. This year it has turned so nasty that health departments are tracking fatalities caused by the H1N1 flu.