Don’t get me wrong, I’m a great believer in Earth Day, and in coming up with ways to clean up our environment, because it’s good for we the people.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
The cat from whom we lease our house (one bowl of Purina kibble and two bowls of Friskies wet food per day) is not looking forward to the upcoming presidential election, even though it is more than a year aw
Some of the biggest objections to the governor’s order that water agencies cut their customers usage by as much as 35 percent are coming from the rich.
Now that Cuba no longer is to be regarded by the U.S. as a pariah state, it seems timely to recall some Cubans I’ve known.
A few years ago, people couldn’t get enough pomegranates. Eaters were sold on the fruit’s antioxidant qualities and tangy taste.
Some people — most of them over on the coast — are getting worked up about the assertion that in California, agriculture uses about 80 percent of the water, but contributes only 2 percent of the state’s annu
The announcement of Hillary Clinton’s candidacy for the presidency resulted in little excitement and a lot of yawns.