I won’t be voting for the $1- a-pack cigarette tax on the ballot in June.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
A few days ago, I did my main grocery shopping for the week, and included what has become one of life’s necessities: fresh sugar snap peas.
What a great weekend for cancer survivors and honoring those lost to the disease. The annual Relay For Life saw $120,000 raised amid laughter, tears, hugs, and all in all a great time.
I must confess that when I heard about a (kind of) local store doubling coupons, I almost choked on my lunch.
Then I did some research and found that it really was too good to be entirely true.
Throughout the history of Madera County, local law enforcement officers have put their lives on the line to protect the community, and from time to time some of them have made the supreme sacrifice.
The United States was ablaze with fury. An unthinkable conspiracy had unfolded; cowardly killers had struck! People braced for the worst, including germ warfare and poisoned water supplies.
All it took to give the Washington Nationals a real rival was one pitch — a well-placed 93-mph Rawlings tattoo by Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Cole Hamels on Sunday right into the ribs of the brash, wunderk