The cat from whom we rent our house (cost: two, and sometimes three, dishes of kibble a day) knows something I don’t. She is starting to thicken up. Actually, it is her coat that’s thickening.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
COUNCIL DISCUSSES GOLF COURSE — The Madera City Council discussed the proposed municipal golf course at the Madera Airport, and the key concern centered around whether the course would be financially sound.
One of the stories that’s just coming out is what happened to Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens just before his death during a riot at the American consulate in Banghazi, Libya.
Where else but in California, where legislation by ballot box is so common, would three tax increases — Propositions 30, 38 and 39 — appear on the same ballot at a time when tax hikes are likely to less popu
News that New York City has banned the sale of sugary drinks by restaurants and others in containers larger than 16 ounces once again makes one want to scratch one’s head.
“God, you are my refuge into eternity.” Those words were allegedly the last spoken by 21-year-old university student Sophie Scholl before her beheading Feb. 22, 1943.
It is with great sorrow that The Madera Tribune family bids farewell to one of our best employees, copy editor Ashley Lowe. In a small paper like ours, one job description per employee is never enough.