As you drive over bridges in Madera and Madera County these days, you may see people at work in the streams those bridges cross, cleaning out the waterways in preparation for the possibility of flooding shou
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
I owned a 1959 Beetle (yes, children, there were Volkswagens in 1959), and it was a pretty good car until it had gone about 50,000 or so miles, and then it started to fall apart.
As we learned early this week, the U.S. will raise its limit on legal immigration by refugees, to 100,000, up from 70,000 now.
The good news, as heard at Wednesday’s City Council meeting, is that the city is still saving water over 2013 consumption by some 29 percent.
More than one person has decried the fact that President Obama renamed Mt. McKinley.
San Francisco’s city fathers and mothers are finally doing something practical — getting ready for floods they are expecting this fall and winter.
It looks as though Gov.