It is with great sorrow and alarm that I read the headline in Friday’s Trib over the story of how the Madera City Council is laying the foundation to dissolve the Madera Redevelopment Agency.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Some folks have called about yesterday’s column suggesting that many if not most voters are political ignoramuses. Part of the column was a political quiz. The callers asked what the answers were.
At least one thing is true of all Maderans. In fact, this one thing is true of all Californians. Come to think of it, this one thing is true of every American.
Last meal? At least that’s what I’ll be getting next week from one of my favorite morning maidens at Black Bear. Always smiling waitress Inez Romero is headed for cowboy country or oil town — Bakersfield.
I’ve only been back at Stanford for four days, but this quarter is already shaping up to be drastically different than my last one.
For many years, Madera County 4-H has had a fundraiser called Beef, Beans, and Greens in October.
Many people are familiar with the Wooly mammoth. Woolys, only slightly larger than modern elephants, stood a little over 10 feet tall and weighed six to eight tons.