Now that lawsuits that could have delayed the start of the California High-Speed Rail System in Madera County have been settled, and the plaintiffs have received at least some of the mitigation they asked fo
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
City Engineer Keith Helmuth Wednesday night explained his plans to improve some of the city’s streets, but he warned the improvements would only slow the deterioration of some street surfaces.
The main headline in the Boston Herald after the Boston Marathon explosion was: “Catch the Bastards!” Although that is unseemly language for most newspapers (this one included), it nevertheless expressed how
Japanese scientists are hoping to bring back the woolly mammoth.
You never know whom you run might into in your journey through life. Sometimes those you encounter can leave an impression.
If you think things in San Francisco couldn’t get goofier, just you wait. The latest example is contained in two stories that tell tales of stun guns.
Now they have television for dogs. The programming is designed to keep dogs amused when they are left home alone.