Last week marked the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II in Europe and with an early Memorial Day, also last week, we honored our fallen heroes, men and women in all branches of the military who foug
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
If you take one look at the back end of my car you’ll know I’m a runner.
Madera County’s Green School was like so many other one-room schoolhouses that dotted the landscape in the 19th century.
I probably got my first taste of Spam in the cold winter of 1969 cooking it on a 55-gallon drum converted to a heater for our hooch in Korea.
The new Madera courthouse still is not ready to open more than a year after its original completion date of March 31, 2014, and as a result, the state Administrative Office of the Courts has sent a Notice of
When former Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel asked Congress last year to authorize a new round of military base closings, alarm bells went off in many parts of California.
As if the president of the United States didn’t have enough to worry about in the Middle East, he now has to concern himself over the apparent proclivity of Iraqi forces to run away from ISIS fighters.