The day before writing this, I went to the coast and bought fresh artichokes and boiled (steamed?) Dungeness crab. One of my favorite dinners is just crab and artichoke.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Empty space. No gentle reader, I am not speaking of my head. The longtime former home of Purl’s Sheet Metal, next to General Builders Supply (GBS) on Howard Road is no more.
A trip to Ridgecrest, the service city for the China Lake Naval Air Weapons Station and the Death Valley National Monument, reminded us of how far advanced the territory east of the Sierra Nevada is when it
GERMAN POLICE OFFICER RENEWS MADERA CONNECTION — Spahn Adalbert, 33, an undercover police officer in Frankfurt, Germany and his wife, Monika, stayed recently at the home of Undersheriff Jim Hickman and his w
Farmers can be serious people some of the time, because farming can be a serious business. At the annual Senior Farmer of the Year banquet Thursday night, however, seriousness was in short supply.
"Spring is sprung;
Da grass is riz.
I wonder where
Da boidie is.
Da boid is on the wing.
I always hoid
Da wing was on da boid.
In spite of the high temperatures, Friday was the first day of spring. The weathermen are calling for a slight chance of rain on Monday. Plan a picnic or wash your car.