As the end of the school year approaches, the 2013-2014 Link Crew program will host a pool party and barbecue for the class of 2017 and all of their Link Crew leaders!
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Day One of pre-training for the inaugural San Joaquin River Trail 50-mile ultramarathon began with a one-mile 1,000-foot climbing challenge on Sunday. It wasn’t pretty.
You may not have heard this, but you probably are one of the Square People. I don’t mean that your shape is square.
For some reason, I have been watching movies a lot lately, even though most people have been enjoying outdoor activities. I go through these movie-watching stages, though, and this, too, shall pass.
King of the monsters. We went to see that giant lizard Godzilla. Don’t worry, I won’t give away the plot, or the ending, or any issue regarding “spoiler alerts.” However, I did see a glaring inaccuracy.
Well, I’ll be darned. California Chrome and I have at least two things in common: We both live in California’s San Joaquin Valley and we both use nasal strips.
MADERA NATIVE FEATURED FCC SPEAKER — Alex Saragosa will be telling Fresno City College graduates tonight to look at their associate’s degrees as the first step, not the last, in their educational process.