I recently read in the Tribune, as a part of one of Bill Coate’s informative Madera area history articles, that 100 years ago, the week of July 17, 1912, the feasibility of making the San Joaquin River navig
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
I must admit that I am tiring of green salads and summer isn’t over yet. But I still get hungry for macaroni salad.
I don’t know who is going to let the dogs out, but it will be a woofin’ good time this Saturday at Lions Town and Country Park for the third annual Bark For Life to raise funds in the fight against cancer.
ON THE OREGON COAST — There are reminders everywhere of what will happen, and yet people keep coming here, living here, in complete denial that horror, death and destruction are just half an hour away.
CYCLIST RESISTS TO THE END — Madera police had their hands full when they tried to arrest a motorcyclist who was driving down D Street the wrong way with no lights.
A terrific bus trip is planned for Sept. 9-11 with three days and two nights at the beautiful Edgewater Hotel & Casino in Laughlin, Nev. Deadline to make reservations is Aug. 31.
LA CONNER, Wash. — This town, nestled beside the Swinomish Channel, was named after a woman, so it isn’t surprising it has many female qualities. First, it is exceptionally beautiful.