Now that Iowa Republicans have spoken, we know three things:
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
A lot of people included a nice, big ham for their Christmas dinner, and there’s a good chance many folks have leftovers.
Well, here we are gentle reader. Ready to tackle 2012. Hmm, tackling. Something the Raiders and Cowboys should learn so they can make the playoffs next year.
I heard about a website months ago that gives out gift cards and other rewards for tracking good habits.
The class of 1933 at Alpha School grew increasingly excited with its swiftly approaching graduation, and as was the case in most of Madera County’s country schools, the small student body was closely knit.
Life looked promising for James A. Garfield in 1880. He had just been elected President of the United States after a distinguished political and military career.
Two Maderans who were acquaintances found themselves seated next to each other in the city’s upscale bar.