While prostrate in my hospital bed earlier this year, barely able to move, many memories of places, people and adventures floated through the mind.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
You may have noticed your today’s paper is a little bit bigger than normal. Welcome to the annual Pride edition of The Madera Tribune.
I happened to see a commercial Thursday for Florida Power and Light Co., showing off its new solar power plant.
For John Wells, the journey is over. He died a few days ago at the age of 86. Since his passing, I’ve been thinking about the years we taught next door to each other at Howard School.
I recently saw a man on the boob-tube wearing camouflage and spouting how home militias not only will save our country, but return rule, to paraphrase his words, “to a certain race of people as it was during
3:29:36. That was my official time for Sunday’s Modesto Marathon — a full 5 minutes and 24 seconds faster than my Boston Qualifying cutoff. I did it!
Our hearts go out to the folks searching for loved ones in the river of mud and debris that hit the Washington State village of Oso. More than 100 may be dead. Residents are reeling from the losses.