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.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
Well, fellow Maderans, we’ve done it.
Oh, say it isn’t so.
Wednesday marked the beginning of the new rain year hereabouts, the date after which all the rainfall for the season is measured, but somehow that auspicious date did not bring a single drop, in rain or in t
No sooner had the Supreme Court’s decision nationalizing the rights of same-sex couples to marry than someone asked me what I thought about it.
One of the truly odd news stories that hasn’t seen much ink or air time the past few days has been about a protest taking place atop Hawaii’s Mauna Kea, the most famous mountain/volcano in that state and one
Now that no less a person than the president of the United States has decided to use That Awful Word in public, the lid is off the beehive, and we are likely to hear The Awful Word much more often than befor