What is termed as a wildly popular water-saving program in Southern California doesn’t seem to be worth it, and may wind up giving water ratepayers a soaking.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
One question I keep asking myself is: Where is ISIS getting its money?
One answer is that it seems to be running a vast criminal conspiracy to wring every last dinar out of Iraq and its neighbors.
It is being said among people who want us to be more politically correct in how we use our language that we should not say we own our dogs or cats.
Basically two types of people are drawn to mountaineering sports: Those who stress safety so they can return home and climb another day, and those who are drawn to the danger mountaineering presents, drawn s
It’s no secret that the Madera County Library has no money in its budget for the purchase of new books.
The good news is that California’s dairy industry — the state’s most important agricultural commodity by dollar volume of farm revenue — continues to grow and have a powerful economic impact.
We hear these days a lot about something called the Paleo Diet, which is supposed to help its users lose weight and live longer. And it sounds good, too. Lots of lean steak, eggs, vegetables and fruit.