When I saw Hillary Clinton’s news conference about the email records of her secretary-of-state-ship, I knew she either was lying or didn’t really know what she was talking about.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
Jay Famiglietti, writing in Thursday’s Los Angeles Times, opines that unless we get a lot more rain, we have less than a year’s worth of water in storage for the entire state.
Utah may be on the right track when it comes to carrying out the death penalty.
An Iraqi army commander was quoted this week as saying that four Iranian advisors were worth 400 American troops when it came to defeating the fighters of the Islamic State.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein believes it may be time to reassess the $2 billion plan to restore salmon runs to the San Joaquin River, and let me tell you, she isn’t the only one who thinks that way.
If you want to do your part to lower pollution by greenhouse gases, here’s what you can do: Don’t fly.
The Madera County Arts Council this week made public its plans to put a center for the arts in downtown Madera, using money from a $2.5 million from a grant received about two years ago from the Elaine Secar