As we learned early this week, the U.S. will raise its limit on legal immigration by refugees, to 100,000, up from 70,000 now.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
TRUSTEES BREAK GROUND ON SECOND HIGH SCHOOL — Madera Unified trustees broke ground for a new high school this week with the first phase of the project, which is scheduled to be completed in September 1992.
Want to read something funny? I just learned that the IRS will no longer accept checks over $100 million. That means Donald Trump and I will have to write two checks to the IRS. Now that’s funny.
Sept. 23 is National Chocolate Day! Pretty nice, huh? While I admit I am not the world’s biggest chocolate fan, there are many times when I feel I must have some.
How is our two-issues-a-week system working for you? We are trying to put out a better product, fewer times a week. Showcasing a Midweek and Weekend editions help us get as much news to Madera as we can.
The good news, as heard at Wednesday’s City Council meeting, is that the city is still saving water over 2013 consumption by some 29 percent.
“…the first thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers.”
— William Shakespeare Henry VI, Part 2