A state constitutional amendment is in the works that would drop the high-speed rail project and redirect the remaining $8 billion in bonding authority to the construction of surface and underground storage
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
The Madera City Council this week decided to squeeze water usage in the city a bit more by cutting down watering to one day a week until March 1.
The irresponsibility of some people is enough to make you want to take them out in the country and beat them with baseball bats, then take their clothes off and let them walk home naked.
One thing that frosts me all the way up to my eyebrows about these students demonstrating on some of the nation’s campuses lately is that a few of them are shouting that their student loans should be forgive
Kendall Rasmussen was a shop teacher at Shelley High School, in Shelley, Idaho, in the 1950s, and he also was a veteran of World War II.
All summer, we Maderans had to cut back on water use, and we did — down to an average of about 28 percent less water than we used during the same period in 2013.
An article in The Wall Street Journal caused me to do a double-take, because it describes a new health crisis: Middle-aged white men are dropping like flies in a snowstorm.