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.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
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.
There’s a saying that goes like this: “You may be the only Bible some people ever read.” Maybe you know some people who live that way — setting a good example for others in the way they conduct themselves, i
Those of us who cultivate mustaches and beards quickly learn that they are no time-savers. They take as much grooming as shaving our faces clean would take — perhaps even more.