And then there was light. Albeit a little dim, but still pretty groovy after 50 years. I’m watching the ever-changing, glowing, globules of my lava lamp that is sitting on a corner of my desk.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
The flooding in and around Boulder, Colo., seems horrible to us who so far are enjoying a dry, balmy almost-autumn. Thank goodness, many of us probably think, nothing like that could happen here.
OBERTIS WILL REIGN AS OLD TIMERS KING AND QUEEN — Lifetime Maderans Jim and Adeline Oberti have created a legacy through family and business in their hometown, and tonight will be recognized as they are crow
In today’s Madera Tribune you may have noticed a story about a row of raisins having been stolen. When I saw the story, I thought, “Ah, the work of Dandy Dimwit.”
By Suzanna Gonzalez of 4-H
The ’13 Madera District Fair has now passed into the history books. A couple of weeks ago I wrote about the fair and hope many of you accepted the invitation to attend.
“That they all may be one; as thou, Father, art in me, and I in Thee, that they also may be one in us.”
— John 17:21