Seventy-two years ago, perhaps almost at the hour you are reading this (7:48 a.m. Honolulu time, 9:48 a.m. Madera time) 353 Japanese aircraft began their attack on Pearl Harbor in two waves.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
There could be no better Christmas present for bunches of Democratic politicians than an announcement from Gov. Jerry Brown that he will not seek a second straight term in office, fourth of his lifetime.
Throughout my childhood and early adolescence, my parents would drive our family to the nearby city of Fresno most Sundays to visit my “Oma.” The name itself symbolizes the dual ethnicity of my clan, because
“Be prepared, for the Lord is coming!”
— Matthew 24:42
Watch. Wait. Stay awake! These are the watchwords of Advent.
The annual Sunrise Rotary Trees for Charity dinner dance is tonight at the Madera District Fairgrounds.
Nelson Mandela, in news and commentary about his death, is referred to as a man of great character as if that were the best way to describe him, and it well may be.
For more years than I care to count, I’ve been writing about the benefits that accompany education.