One thing about the English language is that it is always evolving. Take twerky and twerty, for example.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Before summer slips away, I would like to make some frozen treats, such as fruit pops. I made several batches of ice cream so far this summer, but now I think it’s time for something icy, on a stick.
Luckier than the Giants. Saturday afternoon, during the Elks Lodge’s annual Rib Cook-off, a special drawing was held.
As the Rim Fire roars through the Stanislaus National Forest west of Yosemite National Park, threatening the city of Tuolumne, the park itself and the Hetch Hetchy Reservoir, one has cause to remember that n
O’KANE AND MARSH BREAK LOCAL ROTARY TRADITION — Two Madera women made history Tuesday as they became the first females to join the heretofore all-male Madera Noon Rotary Club.
The 100 Black Men of the Bay Area Community School is going full blast, and I say more power to them. The Oakland charter school is starting its second year and hopes to build to about 900 students, K-12.
AVENUE 9 IMPROVEMENTS: Most, if not all of the improvements on Avenue 9 east of the Union Pacific tracks to around Road 36 have been completed, and the difference the new paving makes is phenomenal.