At least five relatives of the nine people who were shot to death last Wednesday during a Bible class at Emanuel African Methodist Church in Charleston, S.C., showed the rest of us what they were made of.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
HYDRILLA FIGHT CONTINUES AT EASTMAN LAKE — The hydrilla infestation in 100 acres of Eastman Lake and 25 miles of the Chowchilla River is forcing officials to close Eastman Lake indefinitely.
The Madera City Council took a big chance Wednesday by returning outdoor watering hours to twice a week from once a week.
I’m not afraid to admit to having daddy issues.
Once upon a time the Fresno Bee published a column by Woody Laughnan, which carried his name with the subtitle, “Around Here.” More than 30 years ago, Laughnan drove up to Madera to visit one of the town’s e
“Hey, Pappy.” That’s how my father’s chief mechanic Mario “Blackie” Gonzales would greet him early in the morning at the airport before dad climbed in his crop duster.
As the weather heats up and the air quality worsens during the hot Central Valley summer, more and more people choose to stay indoors for their workouts.