When I think of apricots (or see, eat or smell them), I am transported back to my childhood years when part of summer vacation meant picking, cutting and sorting the apricots grown on my grandparents’ ranch
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Recently took in the movie “X-Men: Days of Future Past.” For those of you who remember the late Paul Karason, who was known as Madera’s Blue Man and appeared on the Today Show and Oprah after a story that fi
By shoveling restrictions on the use of coal in many of the nation’s power plants, President Obama may be running into that old cop on the beat of reality — the law of unintended consequences.
DIAL-A-RIDE REACHES MILESTONE — Sixty-eight-year-old Loretta Castro is never late for church.
“I do think, in time, people will have, sort of, relationships with certain kinds of robots — not every robot, but certain kinds of robots — where they might feel that it is a sort of friendship, but it’
“God’s gifts put man’s best dreams to shame.”
— Elizabeth Barrett Browning
June means it is graduation time. I hope you are enjoying the coverage brought to you only in The Madera Tribune. Our pages are great scrapbook fodder.