A friend on Thursday asked me whom I was rooting for in the Super Bowl, and my answer was “both teams.”
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
Now that the Iowa caucuses are history, it raises a question that must be on a lot of lips: “So, what?”
The cat from whom we rent our house (three small bowls of kibble a day, in advance; plus a reserved spot for napping beside the furnace outlet in the family room) has decided her days as a Democat are over.
Item — It may be that we drive a little too much. According to the U.S.
Lourdes Herrera of the Madera Coalition for Community Justice visited Wednesday night’s City Council meeting to remind folks of the upcoming Interfaith/Intercultural Festival coming up Thursday, Jan.
Item: Even though rainfall has been a bit above average so far this rain year, the filling of the state’s reservoirs remains far behind.
Item: According to Capitol Weekly, the backers of some 70 ballot measures are pushing their issues to go before California voters this year, and if even half of them qualify, you can be sure the ele