“I hated you at about the second mile and then I loved you at the end.”
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
On Friday, before leaving on a weekend trip, we saw images of President Obama visiting Fresno and a farm west of Madera, and he used the occasion to announce almost $200 million in grants to provide some dro
I was browsing around checking to see what national “food days” might be coming up. Seems like just about every day of each month celebrates some type of food or another.
Look out! I have recovered enough energy to drive around town. Actually, my gal is the one behind the wheel (scary) while I sit quietly looking for favorite songs on the radio or slipping in a CD.
MADERA RANCHER KEITH DAULTON DIES — Longtime Madera County rancher and historian Keith C. Daulton died Monday at his home. He was 73. He was a native and lifetime resident of Madera.
Watching the Olympics this week has been greatly entertaining.
No doubt the California Republican Party is down, but anyone who counts it out of big statewide races is a fool who disregards the ego-satisfying appeal prominent public office can hold for the very rich and