When Alana Islas got out of bed Tuesday morning to take bags of recyclables out for collection by Sunset Waste, the city’s garbage hauler, she was embarking on an adventure — one none of us would want to hav
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
The cat from whom we lease our house (one bowl of kibble and two bowls of awful-smelling wet food a day rent) has had a good winter, largely because of the Olympics.
Once in awhile, examples of political perfidy manifest themselves in a way that is hard to believe.
One of the biggest exchanges for so-called Bitcoins has declared bankruptcy in Tokyo.
Several people have lost their lives in Madera and Fresno counties over the past week due to one of the most common — and dangerous — traffic violations: Running stop signs.
President Obama appears to hope his legacy as president will be to set the American military back in strength at least half a generation.
Word has it that scientists who study outer space are finally beginning to be in awe of the object of their curiosity, i.e., outer space. For quite a long time, they thought they had everything figured out.