The cat from whom we rent our house (cost: two, and sometimes three, dishes of kibble a day) knows something I don’t. She is starting to thicken up. Actually, it is her coat that’s thickening.
When I look at our flag it takes me back to a time and place I will never forget. I was 18 in 1968, when I went to join my husband, Jim, at the Naval Air Station Atsugi Japan.
Since President Obama took office, U.S. global competitiveness has declined from the status of No. 1 in 2008 to No. 7 today.
Personal threat to candidate alleged, campaign signs defaced
Academic twists not a turn-off
COUNCIL DISCUSSES GOLF COURSE — The Madera City Council discussed the proposed municipal golf course at the Madera Airport, and the key concern centered around whether the course would be financially sound.
A north valley woman identified as a suspect in a fuel theft case at a cotton gin business, where 250 gallons of gas was stolen, is behind bars after being arrested at her home in Merced County.
On the final night of the two-day Harvest Classic Kickoff at the Madera Speedway, there was plenty of racing entertainment not only on the newly paved asphalt, but on the track’s infield over the weekend.
The Madera South Stallion boys cross country team made a statement Saturday at one of the largest cross country events in the nation.
One of the stories that’s just coming out is what happened to Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens just before his death during a riot at the American consulate in Banghazi, Libya.