Well, today is the day.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
The U.S. Census soon will report that some people aren’t satisfied with the Census form’s four standard racial labels: White, black, Asian/Pacific Islander or American Indian/Alaska Native.
It’s probably a good thing that school cafeterias will start having more fresh fruits and vegetables on their menus — good, at least, for those who eat it.
Some smart-phone users apparently are getting themselves into the same trouble that some computer users encountered a couple of years ago — they are over-using the capacity of their data vendors.
We were off for another adventure. This time on a bright crisp, clear winter morning, and just for the day. My gal mentioned it was pretty cold as we headed for coffee and breakfast.
Happy Chinese New Year! This is the year of the dragon. I hope this holiday brings a plethora of business to the many Asian restaurants in Madera.
The ship rolled and the man awoke rubbing the sleep from his eyes. For a moment, he didn’t know where he was; then the ship rolled again, and he remembered. He and his family were going to America.