Yesterday, I told you about Jody Roberts, a woman who disappeared from her home outside Tacoma, Wash., on May 20, 1985, at age 27, and virtually disappeared for 12 years.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
It is now mostly a horrendous national memory, but there was a time when the United States had not only practices, but also laws, that supported slavery (before 1865) and de jure (by law) as well as de facto
By Cristal Rivera
By Marissa Torres
I wonder how many people or organizations adopt New Year’s resolutions. Anyway, it’s good to do a review at the end of the year, and set one or more new goals.
First, I want to apologize. When I wrote a piece in this space on Tuesday about the actress Jodie Foster and a speech she made at the Golden Globe awards, I misspelled her name as Jody Roberts.
The night before I typed this, I fixed a very tasty pot roast dinner. Even though I am not much of a meat eater and never have been, I got hungry for this old-fashioned meal.