We get so much from China now — clothes, toys, some electronics — it comes as no surprise that we’re getting some of our smog from China, too.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
Oat Smith, a stump rancher of Eastern Madera County, was in town Monday having a sugar-free vanilla latte and a blueberry scone, and he said as soon as he finished his coffee and snack he would be off to see
Many of us remember that starting in the year 2002 a housing boom was starting in Madera, as it was elsewhere. Then in a few years came the economic bust, and the housing bust came right long with it.
The Starbucks “Race Together” campaign was dumped before it even had a chance to cool, no doubt because customers and some employees felt the “Race Together” mottos being scratched on the cups implied they,
A trip to Ridgecrest, the service city for the China Lake Naval Air Weapons Station and the Death Valley National Monument, reminded us of how far advanced the territory east of the Sierra Nevada is when it
Farmers can be serious people some of the time, because farming can be a serious business. At the annual Senior Farmer of the Year banquet Thursday night, however, seriousness was in short supply.
President Obama floated an idea that seems to have come from his community-organizer roots: mandatory voting for all people in America.