DUNSMUIR — This city of 1,800 about 25 minutes north of Redding on Interstate 5 is situated on a great fishing stream, the McCloud River, and on a railroad track that has a historic passenger depot where Amt
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Getting ready for a trip out of town — even a quick one — is a considerable source of stress. You have to take your home with you, even if only for an overnight stay.
I’m not much of a sports fan. I like football season, because I know I don’t have to worry about entertaining my husband. He has the game to do that.
What I witnessed at the Coyote football practice Monday night was disturbing. The coaching staff and players were working hard to learn the new pistol Wing-T offense.
Good news locally and nationwide is that home prices are stabilizing, more homes are being sold that are not repos (although plenty of repos are on the market) and people whose homes are their main source of
Maybe it’s too hot for it, but it will eventually rain. A couple weeks ago I attempted to warn readers of the closure of Fourth Street slated, as the official road signs read, July 30.
“The craftsman does not always build toward a prior vision. Often images come in the process of working. The material, his hands — together they beget.”
— M.C. Richards