Okay, fall is in the air and the holiday decor is already out in the stores.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Beware, you clean-shaven fellas, this is the week that members of the hysterical posse from the Historical Society are out looking for hairless-faced Maderans to put in the hoosegow.
I stopped at Starbucks for a coffee Friday morning, even though in the Wall Street Journal of the previous day Starbucks chairman Howard Schultz had pleaded with me to leave my civil rights at home.
As the lines begin to blur between American citizens living in California and immigrants who are here legally, it’s fair to begin asking what’s the difference?
Today is the very last day of summer, hooray! Autumn starts tomorrow at 1:44 p.m. Tonight St. Joachim’s School hosts it annual Harvest Festival on the grounds of the school.
Whenever a politician says he or she wants to make something clear — or even perfectly clear, abundantly clear or mirror clear (how clear is that?) — you should stand by for obfuscation.
It is well known that lumber was pivotal in both the creation and growth of Madera County. The city of Madera even received its name from the industry.