It’s a bit early, but we might as well get ready because Easter’s on its way.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Missed these tidbits. I was so enthralled (not imbibed) with St. Patrick’s Day that I forgot to mention a couple of cool items.
It’s that time again (for me) — that joyous time to shop for maternity clothes as my waistline, well, disappears.
Long before Lucca’s Restaurant opened its doors in Madera, there was another Madera business that was also named after that well-known Italian province.
In September 1901, news of the nation’s tragedy swept across America. President William McKinley had died from a gunshot wound inflicted on him earlier by a deranged anarchist.
We will see this week that the Bluegrass state is more than mint juleps on the porch and Ashley Judd.
As the U.S.