We’re all familiar with Madtown Robotics, the Madera High School team of budding young engineers that makes robots and uses them to compete in national events.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
The other day I bought some watermelon juice and it was such a big hit with everyone that I quickly realized I should have purchased three cartons instead of one.
Maybe worried about my dog, Racer, a few readers emailed concerning the rivalry between two churches that posted opposite viewpoints on their sign boards debating if dogs go to heaven.
I must confess, this will be my last “Confessions of a Couponer” column.
Franco’s Nursery in Madera had a long history before it ever sold a plant here. It really had its beginnings when a group of 40 Italians gathered around an old gentleman to have their family picture taken.
The Rebels may have lost the Civil War, but “Dixie” is still being played, and the Confederate battle flags are still flying down South — way, way down South, like in South America.
Sometime today, the former Bowl Championship Series format that has served college football for the past 14 years will be laid to rest.