Do you need a break from the rush of holiday cooking? I sure do. I spent most of the holidays in the kitchen preparing appetizers, meals, desserts and beverages.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
What a cold snap we have had these past few days, but it is warming up. Why do they call it a cold snap?
If any immigrants are out there still wondering whether it is in their best interest to learn English, wonder no more.
Today is National Bean Day, and Mrs. Doud may leave town until it’s over.
SUPERVISORS APPROVE PAY RAISE — Christmas came a week later for county supervisors who delivered themselves a present in the form of a 19 percent pay raise Tuesday.
Next Tuesday will be a day of change for Madera County’s government.
“You probably think that sounds crazy ...” Chuck Doud, publisher/editor of The Madera Tribune, made this speculation after suggesting that our national capital be moved from Washington, D.C., to Lebanon, Kan