Californians may have been doomed years ago to pay higher and higher gasoline prices for the foreseeable future because of the state’s steadily diminishing refinery capacity.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Tomorrow is Father’s Day. Both of my dads, my father and father-in law, are gone. My father-in-law Gordon Nix died on March 30, 1980. My father Ralph Hill died Feb. 23, 1993.
“Be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind.”
— Romans 12:2
The talented musician, Ludwig, wanted little to do with the Catholic Church or its priests, which isn’t completely surprising.
Chamber of Commerce president and executive director Debi Bray’s conversation continues:
Last week we told the tale of the 1902 shooting of Raymond hotel owner, Ben Ducker, by an unidentified trooper from Company E of the 3rd U.S. Cavalry.
I am lucky to have had only one father-in-law. He’s been called hardheaded, good-hearted, a good poker player, much worse and much better.