One thing is certain as California heads for a new health insurance era under the Affordable Health Care Act, better known as Obamacare:
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
I’ve been driving more than usual this past week. Paradoxically I’ve done so because I’m not good at it and many insist only practice can improve my skill.
On Tuesday, I helped a dear friend bury her husband. Mom always favored that euphemism, not attended a funeral but helped someone bury a loved one.
The annual banquet of Heartland Opportunity Center always is a humbling and spiritual experience. The banquet Thursday was especially so.
When it comes to setting education funding policies for California, preconceived notions have long held at least as much sway as actual reality.
I always knew those Russells from Madera were pretty special people. They descended from Agusto and Mary Russell who immigrated from the Azores in 1900.
Slow day. It certainly seemed that way for that “other paper” that arrives from the sprawling, asphalt and concrete metropolis across the river to the south.