Money. It’s something that the Madera County Arts Council (MCAC) has never possessed in any significant amount. But, that changed Saturday night when Dianna Marsh presented a check for $2.55 million to Dr.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
If I had to pick the most prominent of my childhood Easter memories, I would have to go with the image of my Italian Nana busy in her kitchen making various types of Easter yeast breads.
Going to the dogs. But this is a good thing. There will be a first meeting (ever) of a group of folks who call themselves Friends of the Dog Park tomorrow at Round Table Pizza at 5:15 p.m.
Mary Kutzer, 82, who lives in the Bonadelle Ranchos, wants to warn others of a scam attempt that was tried on her and may be tried on others.
Franklin and Elaine Secara, whose trust bequeathed $2.55 million for development and construction of a new center for the arts, have both departed from us (he in 2002, she in 2010), but their names will fore
SALES TAX DIVIDES SUPERVISORS — A discussion of a proposed half-cent increase in the sales tax produced the usual controversy, but this time the dissention came from within the Board of Supervisors.
It’s easy to see the four-day job-poaching foray into California recently by Texas Gov. Rick Perry as an isolated incident.