I know adults — whether they are distant family members or employees at CVS — have been congratulating you on your upcoming high school graduation for at least a month straight now.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
The Fossil Discovery Center is hosting field trip students, their teachers and some parents every day; lots of them arriving from quite an area.
In my family (like so many others), olive oil was a staple and we would no sooner do without it than we would do without bread or other necessities.
Blushing Bozo. Last Saturday, the regular fun bunch at Chubby’s sang that little ditty of a birthday song to this clown.
Let’s face it: You’re not always going to have a coupon for everything you need.
Ryan Colebrook is fast. Some might even say blazing fast.
To flush or not to flush? That is the question. Can we be forgiven for flushing those things we ought not to have flushed?