RAYMOND CATTLE RANCHER EVERETT PHILP DIES AT 73 — Longtime Raymond cattle rancher Everett Philp died Friday of a heart attack in Stevenson Meadows where he was packing with his sons and grandsons.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
More consumerism from the California Public Utilities Commission — that was a fond hope of at least some of the voters who gave Jerry Brown a rare third term in the governor’s office.
A letter in Friday’s Tribune from the Honorable Charles Wieland, Madera County Superior Court judge, reminded us of how long it takes for significant public projects to be built.
Jim Costa had to wait more than a year for the rematch that ignited his political career. Letitia Perez will only have to wait about two months.
I am not a fan of summer. The triple-digit heat and my personal R30 insulation are a prime example of why. This latest heat wave has been brutal. The older I get the more it bothers me.
“What do you eat?” and “Are you on a diet?” are questions I often get when non-running friends see my new training-for-a-marathon body.
President Obama’s reluctance to be drawn into Middle East conflicts may make some sense.