The young, petite, dark haired woman whose eyes bore the stains of lots of tears stood on the edge of the crowd at the Armory on Yosemite Avenue.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
President Andrew Jackson was known as “Old Hickory.” He was as tough as nails, and when he set out to do something, it was usually accomplished.
I have felt for years now that track and field athletes don’t seem to be any better now than they were 25 years ago. Or for a trio of former Madera stars, 51 years ago.
Registration is continuing for the Summer Kid’s Camp programs. The first of nine, one-week sessions begins Monday, June 11. Activities will include recreation, arts and crafts, field trips, and more.
Is the national media so starved for any morsel of information that they might be able to sensationalize, that anything is now fair game?
Phil Mickelson is the latest target.
Two sets of ceremonies were juxtaposed in this week — the Memorial Day observations on Monday and the graduations and middle school promotions held Thursday and Friday.
“LORD, who may dwell in your sacred tent? Who may live on your holy mountain?