Al Neuharth, who headed the Gannett Co. while it became the biggest newspaper-holding company in the country by number of titles, died last Friday at age 89.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
BARKER MAY DROP OUT OF RACE — Local attorney John Barker, who is a candidate for judge of the Madera Judicial District, may drop out of the race if he accepts one of three county public defender contracts.
You would think that if any people in California had an informed view of rail travel, it would be the group that calls itself Train Riders Association of California.
Today is officially Earth Day, but as we have noted here before, every day is Earth Day if you happen to be a farmer.
On several mornings of this ongoing Easter season I’ve had the joy of watching 16 little lambs, all born on various days since Good Friday.
“The things you do for yourself are gone when you are gone, but the things you do for others remain as your legacy.”
— Ndukwe Dike Kalu
This has been a tough week. Major disasters tend to clarify and bring into focus the things in life that are important.