When the Soviet Union collapsed, one of the more interesting results was that the population of Russia headed back to church in droves.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
If any immigrants are out there still wondering whether it is in their best interest to learn English, wonder no more.
Today is National Bean Day, and Mrs. Doud may leave town until it’s over.
Next Tuesday will be a day of change for Madera County’s government.
Something is supposedly going happen in the early part of this year which may be good, but also bad. President Obama is getting ready to ban “sprinkles” from donuts, cupcakes and other health foods.
Christmas was a quiet one in the Doud household — except for the odd rustling sound. It occurred when I unwrapped a gift of socks.
It probably won’t happen in the lifetime of anyone presently living, but at some point the United States will have to move its capital from Washington, D.C., to Lebanon, Kansas.