Some of the biggest objections to the governor’s order that water agencies cut their customers usage by as much as 35 percent are coming from the rich.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
Now that Cuba no longer is to be regarded by the U.S. as a pariah state, it seems timely to recall some Cubans I’ve known.
A few years ago, people couldn’t get enough pomegranates. Eaters were sold on the fruit’s antioxidant qualities and tangy taste.
Some people — most of them over on the coast — are getting worked up about the assertion that in California, agriculture uses about 80 percent of the water, but contributes only 2 percent of the state’s annu
The announcement of Hillary Clinton’s candidacy for the presidency resulted in little excitement and a lot of yawns.
President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry seem happy with the agreement they have negotiated with Iran over its nuclear program, and maybe they have a right to be.
In our water crisis, one of the things we’ll soon be worrying about is a potential shortage of things we use that are mostly water.