The train pulled into Madera, and Charles Myers melted into the crowd. Carrying one small satchel, he walked across the street to the Yosemite Hotel.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
After Wednesday’s catbox and a not too flattering item about the Chicago Cubs, this columnist received a few emails from distraught Cubs fans, and a message (via her husband, Galen) from longtime Cubby (not
The Pew Research Center reported Tuesday that three-fourths of Americans believe marijuana probably will be legalized for recreational use across the nation.
Ever since San Francisco’s Leland Yee joined his colleagues Ron Calderon of Montebello and Roderick Wright of Los Angeles on the state Senate’s indicted/convicted list and then all three were suspended, othe
The late Nelson Mandela once said, “It always seems impossible until it’s done.” In running, there are no truer words.
By Marissa Torres
“I’m going to enjoy my new job setting up a charitable foundation focused on the areas of pediatric health, child hunger and education.”
— B. Raymond Buxton