Maderans and Bobby Sox softball fanatics Phil and Debbie Magos deserve big thanks for all the work they did in bringing the national Bobby Sox Tournament of Champions to Madera over the weekend.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Don’t you think pomegranates are beautiful? Their juicy red seeds look like a treasure chest full of rubies.
Pasta has passed. Monday marked National Lasagna Day and it slipped right by me like marinara sauce down the gullet. But not so at the Vineyard Restaurant.
Dr. Ranjit S. Rajpal, who practices cardiology in Madera also is president of the Fresno-Madera Medical Society.
MOGLIA CARRIES ON FAMILY TRADITION — Tradition, travel, and challenge have drawn Brett Moglia to the top spot in the Madera High School Coyote Band.
Cities such as Stockton and Riverside have entered bankruptcy largely because of their pension obligations, and much blame is being focused on the unions that represent the workers for those municipalities.
Ariel Castro, the man who kidnapped three women in Cleveland, Ohio, and kept them prisoners for about 10 years in his crummy old house, has pleaded guilty to 937 counts of kidnapping and just about everythin