A trip to Ridgecrest, the service city for the China Lake Naval Air Weapons Station and the Death Valley National Monument, reminded us of how far advanced the territory east of the Sierra Nevada is when it
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
Farmers can be serious people some of the time, because farming can be a serious business. At the annual Senior Farmer of the Year banquet Thursday night, however, seriousness was in short supply.
President Obama floated an idea that seems to have come from his community-organizer roots: mandatory voting for all people in America.
It’s Sunshine Week, observed by journalists throughout the country to remind you, the reader of this newspaper and viewer of broadcast and Internet media, that government on all levels in the United States i
I happened to be listening to the radio Tuesday and caught a program on “the post-work society.”
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.
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.