John Barnett became sheriff of Madera County in the same year that Prohibition, that “noble experiment,” was ratified.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
It all began with our first car, a green 1969 Ford Maverick my gal had bought with my overseas pay I had sent home while in the army.
“For we have great joy and consolation in Thy love.”
— Philemon 1:7
Once again, the question of whether insects can think arises when one confronts the bugs of summer. I happen to believe they do think. I know they like to watch television.
When writers’ block strikes, I turn to fellow runners for topic ideas. On several occasions I’ve been inundated with variations of the same suggestion: injuries.
The killings of six young people near the University of California at Santa Barbara have led to mourning on campus, and also to cries to try to do more to recognize mentally ill people who might commit such
Did you know there is a day called International Hamburger Day? It falls on May 28 of each year.