As we rang in the New Year last week, I thought about making some predictions for the next 12 months.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
The Chinese New Year is also known as Spring Festival, and this year it begins on Jan. 23.
“The Iceman Cometh.” A terrific play by Eugene O’Neill, but nothing compared to “The Ice Lady Splasheth.”
One way to save is by working hard to take care of items — and not lose them — so you don’t have to pay for replacements.
Parents of young children will attest to this.
Now that Mitt Romney has won the New Hampshire presidential primary, on the heels of winning the Iowa caucuses, it would seem he will be the one to beat.
It has been seven years now since a group of junior high school students, their families, and this writer gathered on the lawn of Courthouse Park in Madera.
In the 1750s, the inhabitants of the royal colony of Virginia cast wary eyes over the Blue Ridge and Allegheny Mountains to the Ohio Country.