It’s easy to see the four-day job-poaching foray into California recently by Texas Gov. Rick Perry as an isolated incident.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
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On my way to work Sunday, I passed a guy walking along Falcon Drive carrying a rifle. He waved at me, and I waved at him, although I was sure I hadn’t seen him before.
Events are moving for the San Joaquin Parkway. Reminds me of the river, sometimes flowing smoothly, other times in an eddy or rushing ahead. The current is running pretty strongly right now.
Folklore tells us the month of March “comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb.” This means March 1 can be cold and blustery, while March 31 tends to be warm and mild.
Simon “Kepha” (Aramaic for “rock”) Bar-Jonah joined with the others in singing the second part of the Hallel (Psalm 114:1 - 118:26).
State Sen. Mark Leno, a San Francisco (where else?) Democrat, has proposed a bill that would allow local communities within California to allow bars to stay open until 4 a.m.