Someone told me last week he had seen a sign promoting the candidacy of someone who would like to be sheriff. “Tough on crime,” the sign said.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
Three things happened in the 1960s — not counting the burst of rock and roll that was lobbed into America by Britain — that changed our lives over the long haul.
I don’t know about you, but I think modern college administrators are dense as fog when it comes to dealing with rapes on campus.
A good friend of mine whose only goal in life is to keep filling his already substantially stuffed wallet, is amazed that some doctors in Madera and elsewhere are making the decision to not accept patients w
Coke will remove the ingredient BVO from its Powerade beverages after a petition from a teenager pointed out that BVO is also used as a fire retardant.
I have a closet shelf full of hats, maybe a dozen in all, and none of them looks particularly good on me. None of them fits just right.
Most of the things we enjoy today are the result of a chain, and may be mere links in a chain that will stretch on and on. The question often is asked, “What will be the next big thing?” Nobody knows.