Nicholas Kristoff, a columnist for the New York Times op-ed page, discovered that water is a component of food, and wrote a piece on it in the May 31 issue of that distinguished newspaper.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
It appears the Madera County Court system will be stuck where it is on Yosemite Avenue and G Street for the time being.
The new Madera courthouse still is not ready to open more than a year after its original completion date of March 31, 2014, and as a result, the state Administrative Office of the Courts has sent a Notice of
As if the president of the United States didn’t have enough to worry about in the Middle East, he now has to concern himself over the apparent proclivity of Iraqi forces to run away from ISIS fighters.
Last week, some well-meaning but misinformed people participated in demonstrations against water-bottling operations in California.
What is termed as a wildly popular water-saving program in Southern California doesn’t seem to be worth it, and may wind up giving water ratepayers a soaking.
One question I keep asking myself is: Where is ISIS getting its money?
One answer is that it seems to be running a vast criminal conspiracy to wring every last dinar out of Iraq and its neighbors.