One thing that frosts me all the way up to my eyebrows about these students demonstrating on some of the nation’s campuses lately is that a few of them are shouting that their student loans should be forgive
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
Kendall Rasmussen was a shop teacher at Shelley High School, in Shelley, Idaho, in the 1950s, and he also was a veteran of World War II.
All summer, we Maderans had to cut back on water use, and we did — down to an average of about 28 percent less water than we used during the same period in 2013.
An article in The Wall Street Journal caused me to do a double-take, because it describes a new health crisis: Middle-aged white men are dropping like flies in a snowstorm.
The Madera County Farm Bureau will celebrate its 100th anniversary Sunday with a get-together in Chowchilla, and congratulations are in order.
Because of where we live, we are seeing some rather substantial construction work going on at the site of where a viaduct will carry the California High-Speed Rail trains (should they ever run) over the Fres
Some people — and it could be that President Obama is among them — are beginning to believe (or perhaps strongly believe) that the best strategy for dealing with the Middle East would be to bring our troops,