Some people — most of them over on the coast — are getting worked up about the assertion that in California, agriculture uses about 80 percent of the water, but contributes only 2 percent of the state’s annu
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
The announcement of Hillary Clinton’s candidacy for the presidency resulted in little excitement and a lot of yawns.
President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry seem happy with the agreement they have negotiated with Iran over its nuclear program, and maybe they have a right to be.
In our water crisis, one of the things we’ll soon be worrying about is a potential shortage of things we use that are mostly water.
Let’s see now ... Beginning in the 1980s, acting under the Endangered Species Act and driven by lawsuits from ill-advised environmentalist groups, the federal government reduced tree-cutting in U.S.
Hats off to Kay Rhoads of Friends of the Madera Animal Shelter and Madera County animal services director Kirsten Gross for stepping forward to eventually build a new animal shelter.
For centuries, the Easter Bunny has been the symbol of Easter, but its origins have nothing to do with the biblical story of Easter.