A few years ago, people couldn’t get enough pomegranates. Eaters were sold on the fruit’s antioxidant qualities and tangy taste.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Some people — most of them over on the coast — are getting worked up about the assertion that in California, agriculture uses about 80 percent of the water, but contributes only 2 percent of the state’s annu
The morning I wrote this column, I noticed a television show about catching shrimp.
Wheee, the people.
The announcement of Hillary Clinton’s candidacy for the presidency resulted in little excitement and a lot of yawns.
ROACH PICKED TO FILL PLANNING COMMISSION VACANCY — Eager to be part of the solution in easing Madera’s growing pains, Barbara J. Roach will take a seat on the Madera Planning Commission.
President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry seem happy with the agreement they have negotiated with Iran over its nuclear program, and maybe they have a right to be.