TROUBLE REPORTED AT MCNALLY PARK — The voice of Lucile Hughes has a familiar ring to dispatchers at the Madera Police Department, who receive up to three calls a day from the 78-year-old as she reports drink
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Like most people, I always have been on the lookout for the Next Big Thing so that I can invest my $35 in savings in it and afford to retire to a lifestyle to which I would like to become accustomed.
It’s been a few years since “Sharon the Librarian” left our city and discontinued her book reviews for this newspaper.
This could be a two or three-part series considering the number of abandoned and “lost” mines in the Northern Mojave.
The weather has been unusual this week. While summer storms aren’t exactly unheard of in the San Joaquin Valley and the nearby foothills, they feel rare.
Presidential candidate Jeb Bush made news recently when he said we Americans could get out of this recession if only we would work harder and stop complaining, so I thought I would give it a try.
Water flows downhill.