Blake Bufford, manager of the Fossil Discovery Center in Fairmead, lets us in on a science lesson fora group of eagerlearners.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
On Dec. 3, 1884, in the Piedmont region of Tuscany in Northern Italy, a son was born to Biaggio and Luiggia Cavallero.
Popped into the City Council meeting Wednesday night. It was literally standing room only.
A fictional little boy who was being punished studied his mother with fascination. Finally he asked, “Why are some of your hairs white, Mom?”
The entrenched talking heads of politics for the major media continue to see Mitt Romney’s continuing victories on the primary trial as something of a fluke.
I do not regret many things about high school. Yes, my hair may have been awkward, and yes, I may have made some seriously horrendous fashion choices (argyle socks? With skirts? No, Bianca.
Coarsegold 4-H sold Kids Day papers Tuesday at Raley’s in Oakhurst for Children’s Hospital Central California.