When an aide to GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney told CNN that a candidate can “hit a reset button for the fall campaign” when it comes to realigning positions to appeal to a broader span of the electo
Olga Waring, sixty-three years old, was sitting on the patio of the Caffeine Den on a pleasant early Monday midmorning in March in Madera, California, nursing a hot mocha for which she had just paid almost $
With tears in my eyes, I read the eulogy written for Van Neely by my colleague Leon Emo. He and Leon shared a love for the desert that frankly I don’t understand.
In more than 120 cities nationwide, Americans held rallies on Friday to protest the Obama administration's mandate that requires nearly all employers to provide insurance coverage that includes free birth co
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Job seekers lined up mid-morning Thursday outside Pan-American Community Center for the chance to meet with employers and apply for positions.
The annual Bowl For Kids’ Sake fundraiser to benefit the Big Brothers Big Sisters mentoring program is scheduled for noon Sunday at Valley Bowl, 12829 Highway 145.
To the youngster who had just “run away” from his North G Street home, the neighbor’s woodpile must have looked like a good place to hide.
I saw you the other day and for an old person you’re pretty good looking. I know you’re married, but I’d like to meet you. I really know how to please a man. — T.W., POSTCARD
Comedian and actor W.C. Fields (1880-1946) presented his first performances, juggling, in churches and theaters at the age of 15.