As we have said here before, sometimes the law of unintended consequences catches up with you.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection is in hot water with the state because they hid $3.6 million from the general fund.
The cat who allows us to share her house has been looking over her shoulder lately, on the lookout for Grant Sizemore of the American Bird Conservancy.
It’s hard to find any government program that helps both the physical and financial health of many Californians and also fattens the state’s own coffers.
One hundred sixty two years have passed since the foothills were set aflame with the fires of vengeance by the murder of 3 men on the Fresno River, and a posse of 74 men set out to exact the proverbial pound
Not to fear, gentle reader, this is not turning into a sports column. I’ll leave that up to Sports Editor Tyler Takeda.
“Find your center and live in it.”
— Ralph Waldo Trine