By Cristal Rivera, Madera South High School senior
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Mom told me this when I was a kid, so I think it must be true:
A stalk of celery has negative calories; it takes more calories to chew and digest it than the stalks have.
The overwhelming negative criticism of the substitute referees in Monday’s Seattle-Green Bay football game, during which Seattle won after a highly controversial call, shows that as a people we like our rule
I admit that corn chips don’t usually pop into my mind when I am thinking of cooking ingredients.
Fittingly, just after my retirement from the Parks Department, it is Old Timers Week. Congratulations to this year’s King and Queen, Bill Wood and Lorraine Ocheltree.
WILLARD, ANNABEL PITMAN; ROYALTY — Willard and Annabel Pitman have been chosen King and Queen of Old Timers Day parade. They were born within a mile of each other in the Webster District of Madera County.
Dan Neil, The Wall Street Journal’s automotive writer has ridden in the driverless car, and writes that the driverless car will soon be common, and a good thing that will be, too, he says.