Whew! It’s good to be back in Madera after nearly two weeks traipsing around Northern California and the Pacific Northwest. People ask whether we had a good time, and the answer is:
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
The pages of Madera’s history are replete with icons, and one of them is Coach Bill McAlister.
There’s a lot of happenings as we wind down from our summer fling. Tonight, at Lions Town and Country Park will be “Movie in the Park” at the amphitheater starting at dusk.
“A devotional life is one lived in the presence of the Lord.”
— Author unknown
REDDING — Tuesday night, as two tourists from Madera were walking back to their hotel room from the Woodside Grill, they looked at the moon and were surprised to see that it was red.
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
I must admit that I am tiring of green salads and summer isn’t over yet. But I still get hungry for macaroni salad.