I was late, very late, getting to bed Wednesday night because I was one of the millions of Americans who helped set a ratings record for watching “Hatfields & McCoys” on the History Channel.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Editor’s note: Louise Pira Chiarelli and Mike Chiarelli provided the material for this article. Any errors are the responsibility of the writer.
That sinking feeling or glub, 1907. glub. They probably didn’t have cellphones when this guy was a dedicated law enforcement officer.
Three Madera South baseball players are going to be denied the full experience and distinction of having been selected to play in the prestigious City/County All-Star baseball game Friday night at Chukchansi
Some stories are too good not to share, and this is one of them.
The United States took another step closer to being a pluralistic society, according to statistics issued by the Bureau of the Census earlier this month.
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.