In the discussions about California’s drought and what to do about it, we hear more and more a sub-discussion about whether the state just has too many people now, given that its water infrastructure, roads,
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
I heard this the other day: "We may be blessing blind."
I was walking through the aisles of Save Mart on Howard Road the other day, doing some shelf-surfing and picking up a few things for dinner, when I came around the end of one island, right by a display of co
Donald Trump is taking a lot of criticism over his remarks about illegal immigrants, but what he said doesn’t reflect any new thinking.
A new survey ranks California as highest among all states for eating fruits and vegetables, primarily because so many fruits and vegetables are produced here.
It may seem odd to worry about this in the middle of the drought we’re enduring, but we should be thinking about a serious problem we’re likely to face when the drought ends: Flooding.
Mrs. Doud and I went to Greece a few years ago, and while we found it a wonderful place to visit (for a few days) neither of us thought we'd ever want to live there.