A friend tipped me off the other day about a new scam, just in time for the holidays.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
One of the most alarming news items I saw Wednesday was in Consumer Reports which said 19 percent of all cell phones eventually get dropped into a toilet.
Last year, my brother bought a new Infiniti, with all the bells and whistles.
Even though I know many people are on strict diets and cannot or should not have candy, confections make great gifts this time of year.
Those partying parade people, the Madera Kiwanis Club, will be at it again tomorrow night as they present the annual downtown Lighted Christmas Parade and Wine Stroll.
I happened to be at the Madera County Courthouse Tuesday, standing around waiting for a courtroom to open, and I noticed how the people were dressed.
CHRISTMAS SEASON OPENS STRONG IN MADERA — Friday after Thanksgiving started the traditional shopping season for Christmas in Madera, and local stores encouraged it by holding sales.