There are some places in this great nation of ours that soon will be losing their land-line telephones. They will have to rely on cell phones or forget about making phone calls altogether.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Ever since I decided to start running again in November 2012, I’ve caught a host of ailments, and Saturday added one more.
By Svetlana Kochergina
Wednesday we held our prom exhibition at lunch with various local vendors advertising their business for our students to possibly use for upcoming prom.
If you live in Madera County, a book you need to read is one published this year by the Yosemite Conservancy: “Inspiring Generations — 150 years, 150 stories in Yosemite.”
Right about this time of year, I really get a craving for some fruit, preferably fresh, but sometimes canned will do.
A cherished friend, Ronn Dominici, held true to his promise while I was recuperating in the hospital. “I’ll take you to your desert anytime you are ready,” he said.
I happen to be one of those who drives 4th Street almost every day, practically its whole length. I consider it to be one of the best street rehabilitation jobs I’ve seen.