For the 47th time in the last 10 years, an out-of-state electricity generating company has just agreed to repay big bucks to Californians for overcharges during the power crunch of the early 2000s.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
This week my column celebrates its seventh year as a weekly feature of The Madera Tribune.
Something has been happening that is so remarkable it is difficult to believe. Just 10 years ago, it would not have been thought possible; in the early 1980s, it would have been considered a fairy tale.
Early Maderans seemed to be always a bit puzzled by the goings-on across the tracks in its Chinatown.
Yes, we’re finished with the fair and over Old Timers’ Day, and now it’s time for us to love to Love Madera.
“That you be perfectly joined together in the same mind and in the same judgment.”
— I Corinthians l:10
The rule of proximity is coming into play as the shutdown of the federal government proceeds. The rule of proximity is that the closer you are to what is happening, the more it affects you.