For Heaven’s sake. Two books on the best-seller lists this week are nonfiction works on Heaven.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
Back when Boeing was based in Seattle, there was a saying among people who lived in that city: “If it ain’t Boeing, I ain’t going.”
Here is something that continues to surprise me: We are not having enough babies. By "we," I mean the people of the world in general. Yes, the world population is increasing.
The Madera City Council has voted to encourage Maderans to attend the next session of the Citizen Academy, which is set to begin March 11. It would meet eight successive Monday evenings.
The rebuilt Bay Bridge that connects Oakland and San Francisco is about to be officially reopened with a $5 million party. Yes, you read correctly — $5 million.
A homeowner in Eureka noticed something suspicious in his front yard and called the police. It turned out to be a rather poorly made, yet lethal satchel bomb.
Most of us at one time or other have wanted to slap the daylights out of someone else’s crying kid, as did Mr. Joe Rickey Hundley of Hayden, Idaho. The baby was sitting next to him Feb.