A lot of people will be gathering for New Year's Eve or New Year's Day, and one thing is for sure: People love to snack.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Well, one would have to presume that Santa and his reindeer have arrived safely home escorted no doubt (in this day of age) by two stealth fighter jets or a couple of drones.
Now that Christmas is behind us, and the new year is just ahead, it is time to take stock of the year just passing.
The latest news about money is that the U.S. Mint is planning to use cheaper metal to make coins, as if the coins weren’t cheap enough already.
Hello… are you out there? Oh good, you are. I was not thoroughly convinced you would be. Thank goodness. It feels great to be past the latest apocalypse watch. They have gotten rather tedious.
One of the pleasures of the Christmas season is watching people go out of their way to help others. Most of the recipients of this help are people who might not have much of a Christmas otherwise.
No law annoys California developers more than the California Environmental Quality Act and they figure to win at least some changes to its strict 42-year-old rules next year.