The Hammacher-Schlemmer catalog arrived at our house over the weekend, and it was cause for joy.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
I was looking for a town on a map the other day, and had trouble finding it, but finally located it on Highway 20, nor far from Williams, about 20 miles west of Interstate 5.
One of the first decisions I make every morning is what to do with my toast.
I know the federal budget is largely for show (the Congress and the president spend pretty well what they want to spend), but it seems like $4 trillion is quite a bit over the top.
When I was a little kid, I was scared of the doctor, even though the doctor in our little town was a good one.
One of the station-selection buttons on my car radio is programmed for KVPR, the valley public radio station.
Potential presidential candidates are warming up, especially on the GOP side, which has many hopefuls sticking their toes in the water.