Temperatures reached 116 degrees in some urban parts of California in July, but there were no rolling blackouts, no brownouts, no problems.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
It has been more than 50 years since that foggy night in Toledo, Ohio, when a Cal Poly fullback from Madera High School climbed into a twin-engine C-46 with the rest of the team.
Over the years, a plethora of dramatic and comedic stories have been shared at one of my favorite restaurants and when I perused the television on-screen channel guide and spied “The Vineyard” I thought, wow
One can hope that the upcoming talks between the Israelis and Palestinians will result in a lasting peace, but don’t bet your house on it.
Twenty-five days — and just 12 training days — left until I attempt my first 26.2-mile race. My heart pounds every time I think about it.
Maderans and Bobby Sox softball fanatics Phil and Debbie Magos deserve big thanks for all the work they did in bringing the national Bobby Sox Tournament of Champions to Madera over the weekend.
Don’t you think pomegranates are beautiful? Their juicy red seeds look like a treasure chest full of rubies.