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Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
As far as the food part of celebrating the Easter holiday goes, I would have to say that the usual content of Easter baskets is right up there near the top of popular choices.
What a great and enthusiastic crowd at Saturday’s National Little League opening ceremonies that saw longtime ace-pitcher…uh, wait, that’s wrong, make it, longtime umpire and supporter of all things for kids
By Diego Hipolito
I happened to be listening to the radio Tuesday and caught a program on “the post-work society.”
When I saw Hillary Clinton’s news conference about the email records of her secretary-of-state-ship, I knew she either was lying or didn’t really know what she was talking about.
SEYMOUR DENIES BRIBE ATTEMPT — Sheriff Glenn Seymour and District Attorney David Minier on Thursday refuted the accuracy of an article and subsequent editorial that appeared last week in a Fresno newspaper.