Every spring night for the past 19 years, Ray Hix had one destination. After a grueling day as project manager for a big Fresno construction company, he headed home to Madera.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
I’ve been kicking the tires on a new bicycle — one called a “hybrid” — and while I haven’t bought it yet, I do think it might be good for my health.
The story to now: Russet the bulldog has followed Larry Clark home, and Henry Wells, still looking for Old Dutch, the escaped bull, confronts a man with a shotgun.
Former Madera High star pitcher James Brager has his career back on track.
The Madera County Farm Bureau Board is showing courage in its decision to sue the California High-Speed Rail Authority over the plans for the bullet train through Madera County.
It shouldn’t come as a big surprise to regular readers of this column that I am thankful that I am not a mother. The responsibility for raising a child was one I have never been willing to assume.
“Call upon Me in the day of trouble and I will deliver thee.”
— Psalms 50:15