A few distraught readers called on Tuesday, wondering where The Red Line had gone, and the answer was, “I don’t know.” All I knew was that the machine that takes the calls apparently had something wrong with
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
A Los Angeles Times story on Thursday that Fresno has some of the most polluted neighborhoods in California, and actually ranks No. 1 on a state list of polluted cities seems a little surprising.
A company called GenePeeks purports to be able to answer a question many couples have asked before marriage: “I wonder what our kids would be like.”
Those of us who enjoy a cup of coffee now and then (or four or five times a day, in some cases) generally accept that if it says “coffee” on the can or package, it will taste like coffee.
Madera County and other public agencies within its boundaries soon will be meeting to establish a Joint Powers Authority (JPA) to oversee groundwater throughout the county.
Earth Day, which was established in 1970, will be observed today, and some people of the environmentalist persuasion believe it should be a national holiday. Let’s hope that doesn’t happen.
Some 54,000 Chinook salmon fingerlings have been dumped from a truck into the San Joaquin River near where it merges with the Merced River, and the fish probably were happy about that.