Al Neuharth, who headed the Gannett Co. while it became the biggest newspaper-holding company in the country by number of titles, died last Friday at age 89.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
You would think that if any people in California had an informed view of rail travel, it would be the group that calls itself Train Riders Association of California.
Today is officially Earth Day, but as we have noted here before, every day is Earth Day if you happen to be a farmer.
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
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.