At the beginning of his first term, President Obama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize after having done nothing to earn it; which wasn’t his fault.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
The announcement that no federal surface water for irrigation will be allocated this year to the Central Valley was not unexpected; it is jarring, nevertheless.
With any luck, it will be raining on us by the time you read this; but even if it is, we’ll still be in a drought when those rain clouds leave.
President Obama’s veto of the Keystone XL Pipeline bill was no surprise; he had threatened to kill it. There is a chance the veto will be overturned by Congress, but that is no sure thing.
Shelly Palmer, who writes a technology blog and appears on television as a technology guru, believes the biggest danger we face is not being hit by a comet from outer space, or being buried by another gigant
Mrs. Doud and I no doubt will watch the Academy Awards on Sunday night, along with a lot of Americans, but this year something will be different.
A Fresno man apparently is among 100 in the running to take a one-way trip to Mars. The Dutch organization Mars One hopes to start sending crews of four to the Red Planet, if enough money can be raised.