Great old time. Actually, a great time remembering the oldies. That was the “Shindig” and “Hullabaloo” (TV shows from the 1960s) held at the Country Club Saturday with music by the Ebonknights.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
A few months ago I wrote about JC Penney’s new marketing strategy that eliminated coupons.
James Cook was a highly decorated high school state and national champion wrestler at Madera High.
I heard a phone ring Tuesday morning just after getting out of bed, and so I staggered around looking for which of the three in our house was summoning me.
Madge Cook was born in Madera in 1904. Eightyfive years later, she made a presentation before the Madera County Historical Society in which she gave the highlights of her memories of early Madera.
It appears as if this year’s election campaigning is going to get a bit rough. With the heavily financed negative advertisements, just about anything is fair game.
Well, the much-anticipated summer vacation is nearly here for Madera students. No more early morning alarms and rushing to class while trying to put the finishing touches on homework.