More than a century and a half ago, Major James D. Savage, the man who led the Mariposa Battalion in the Indian War of 1851 and the discoverer of Yosemite Valley, was killed in a brawl on the Kings River.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Hard to believe it was 50 years ago Sunday when the Beatles changed the sound of music forever when they appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show in front of screaming teenagers.
“Thus have you desired, for I know the inclination of your thought.”
— Ezekiel 11:5
As the facts of the Affordable Care Act unfold, it is becoming clearer every day that the legislation that created it is abominable.
Calling all Madera runners, walkers, and soon-to-be runners and walkers! The inaugural Second Wind 5K race will be held April 26 at 8 a.m. in the Madera District Fairgrounds.
By Svetlana Kochergina
Reading of Actor Philip Seymour Hoffman’s death by probable heroin overdose reminds me of my own heroin experience, one which I haven’t forgotten, even though in the world of heroin use and addiction, it is