Be afraid. Be very afraid. This is the time of year that you can see turkey buzzards flying overhead. They are an omen that similar scary things are on their way. Ghouls will come knocking on your door.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
On Page A1 of today’s paper, you will see a story about the likelihood of the United States becoming the world’s biggest producer of liquid petroleum products. I find that absolutely flabbergasting.
There’s still plenty of time to brew up something tasty in the ol’ kitchen cauldron. Even if you don’t celebrate Halloween or Day of the Dead, you might like to nibble on some quick-to-make treats.
(Note: While the writer’s gal is still recovering from heart surgery, this column is from the archives of Nov. 14, 2005.)
JUDICIAL POLL DRAWS LITTLE INTEREST — a poll drumming up opposition for Madera Justice Court Judge Victor Dahman next year has drawn little response from either prospective candidates or the incumbent.
Of the 11 propositions on the ballot, three have to do directly with taxes — Proposition 30, 38 and 39.
If you haven’t seen the hilarious video “Pomegranate Rock,” take five minutes and watch it.