A couple of weeks ago, on a Monday, a little girl — let’s call her Toda — didn’t feel very hungry. Even though she was slightly malnourished, she skipped her meal and complained of feeling warm.
Howling from the Heartland
The system was ready earlier than was expected, the last pole having been erected on June 27, 1914. The electrical current between stations had been tested and improved with new amplifiers.
On Tuesday night, President Obama outlined “America’s College Promise” plan during his State of the Union address. It’s a good idea, as it was 55 years ago in the Golden State.
During the past week, many words have been written and spoken about the life and death of Martin Luther King, Jr.
About 30 years ago, I had a discussion with a philosopher from U.C. Berkeley.
“You probably think that sounds crazy ...” Chuck Doud, publisher/editor of The Madera Tribune, made this speculation after suggesting that our national capital be moved from Washington, D.C., to Lebanon, Kan
Commonly-used business indicators show the nation is in recovery from the Great Recession. Earlier this week, the DOW (one measure of the health of the stock market) closed above $18,000, an all-time high.