“Peace be with you,” the smiling stranger in blue said.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Tomorrow is the day set aside to honor the women who gave us birth. Most readers of this column know how I feel about having kids and why I don’t have any.
The irrational fear running through the Central Valley, and especially Madera, that Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers are rounding up hundreds of Latinos who are here legally points out two things
Last fall’s overwhelming, more than 3-1 Latino vote for President Obama has at last gotten leading Republican politicians to realize they can’t permanently treat all 11 million undocumented immigrants like c
Madera has lost another link to its pioneer past. Robert C. Pitman died Saturday morning, following a short hospital stay.
I’ve had three terrific mothers (I guess ol’ dad, kept trying for perfection) and, along the way, an amazing mother-in-law.
We’ve all heard complaints from people who don’t think the city and Caltrans are moving ahead quickly enough with all the road work that’s under way right now, but I don’t think those complaints are justifie