Madera County voters once again are lucky to have several slates of qualified candidates from which to choose in the June primary.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
The federal report on rape on college campuses, and rape in general, is beginning to get traction from the president of the United States on down, and that is a good thing.
The disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 with all 239 aboard is becoming more of a mystery each day.
The University of California at Davis has a wonderful new program for students who want to get credit for something they normally would be doing anyway — drinking coffee.
President Obama is taking a lot of criticism for his reaction to the Russian occupation of Crimea. That reaction has included a lot of veiled threats, but not much else.
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
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.