Unless you’re a Boy Scout, Girl Scout, or a member of the armed forces, chances are you are not celebrating today. It’s not a national holiday, although some states recognize it as such.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Good news. Tuesday, May 29, the final Master Plan and Environmental Review meeting was held in the evening at Children’s Hospital of Central California overlooking the San Joaquin River.
The Bulldog softball sweepstakes are winding down, according to Fresno State athletic director Thomas Boeh.
A crew armed with a bucket truck and a shredder was pruning mistletoe out of a row of trees on a traffic median in our neighborhood Tuesday, and the pruned-over trees looked mighty naked.
I’ve learned the magic words to get my bills reduced, and they’re not “abracadabra” or even “please.”
“The Flying Nun,” or the singing nun.
F ather’s Day is coming up Sunday, and while there are many ways to mark the occasion with food, the most popular is an outdoor barbecue.