Friday was a day of learning of the departure from this side of life of two good friends, Richard Johnson and Harry Nordwick.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Back in 1996, Monterey resident Janice O’Brien, then 75, began paying almost $5,000 per year for long-term care insurance.
I had parked illegally in downtown Fresno on Memorial Day, but I hoped a 10-minute stop to hunt urban beauty with my camera would be safe enough.
Last Tuesday my calendar reminded me that on that day in 1981 folk singer Harry Chapin died. If you’re not familiar with him, his most famous songs were “Cats in the Cradle,” and “Taxi.”
It seems ludicrous to me that so much fuss is being made of the trial of George Zimmerman, a Hispanic, killing Trayvon Martin, an African-American teenager in Sanford, Fla.
War fever swept Madera in the spring and summer of 1917. America had entered World War I, and the local boys were not going to shirk their duty, least of all Herbert Macon.
Between now and the 50th anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy, Nov. 22, we will read and hear a plethora of conspiracy theories, both new and old.