I was driving along a Madera street a few days ago, and what did I see but a man on a scooter pulling along a grocery cart full of recyclables, such as aluminum cans and plastic bottles.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
It turns out Mom was right most of the time.
When she said, “Eat your fruits and vegetables,” she knew what she was talking about.
A nice coincidence occurred Thursday for those leaving the Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast in Hatfield Hall at about 8:45 a.m.
It was raining.
It would seem that the upcoming presidential campaign will deal to some extent with the notion of income inequality — which means that some people have more money than other people.
Two views of how our public forests should be managed to conserve water are worth examining in this time of drought.
A town hall meeting Wednesday night about water issues facing our county and state was revealing, and a little contentious.
Here are some facts about printing you may not know from Printing Impressions, the magazine for commercial printers and printers of newspapers: