Remember, tonight is a fundraising dinner for Madera Community Hospital Foundation.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
(The story until now: Two separate accidents have resulted in two Maderans being taken to the hospital emergency room, where they are joined by ever-busy Father Bob, a local priest.
It is spring, and the air is full of promise, new life and pollen. For nearly 60 million Americans, airborne allergens bring watery eyes and stuffy noses. Don’t let hay fever make you miserable.
“This wisdom I have seen also under the sun, and it seems great unto me.”
— Ecclesiastes 9:13
Aaron Van Klaveren is about to graduate from college and his plans were set. Going to grad school.
If you had been at the Madera City Council meeting Wednesday night, you would have seen an almost surreal development.
The young Italian coal miner waited anxiously to see the woman who had sailed across the Atlantic Ocean to become his wife.