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.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
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.
First, let me say happy New Year to you and yours and to thank you for having read The Madera Tribune, today and throughout the year. There are a couple of things I want to comment on — the attempt by Gov.
Not gamblers by any stretch of a poker hand, we were taking a chance and heading across the vast Mojave Desert to Laughlin, Nevada and Casino Drive.
Can this possibly be the last edition of 2011? It must be since Monday is the first day of 2012.
Oh, gentle reader, it is time again for that annual toast, and if you are missed here because of space feel free to boast. Below a few best wishes and meager attempts at rhyme. I hope for nothing in return, except smiles most sublime.