The City Council on Wednesday agreed to continue supplying water to Parkwood as a backup to the single well in operation there now.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
I spent some time on the phone Monday with Sophie Reiss, who happened to be speaking from London.
We’re all being advised, like lemmings running toward a cliff, to set our clocks forward an hour before we go to bed Saturday night.
The annual report of the Madera Police Department reflects progress in the policing of our community, but also reflects some problems due to the so-called “realignment” and “split sentencing” laws, which hav
I happen to have an iPhone 6, and I want to tell you right now that I don’t give a hang if Apple helps unlock the iPhone 5c that allegedly was being used by the perpetrators of the San Bernardino massacre.
If you have been paying attention, you know the California High-Speed Rail Authority has changed its mind again.
The most interesting news of the past week was the Associated Press story we ran on Page A1 Wednesday, reporting that Russia and Saudi Arabia were forming a cabal to try to keep the price of oil from droppin