Animals on the move?
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
On “Easy Peasy Fido Friday” with my running group, we run at a leisurely pace for an hour — 30 minutes up the Eaton Trail at Woodward Park and 30 minutes back — and whoever has a “running dog” brings him or
The City of Madera and Madera County are working together to solve the water problem in Parkwood, and their efforts are a good example of how a county-wide joint powers authority might work to solve present
The chorus of global warming deniers has not shrunk. Outcries claiming the entire issue is fraudulent are not going away.
It has been a lot of fun discovering all sorts of national food days, and the one for today, July 16, is no exception. It is Fresh Spinach Day.
Just think, no more soccer for the next four years. I got my kicks watching the World Cup this time around. I will admit the final game, though low-scoring, was not high-boring.
Even in San Francisco, where the drought isn’t as much a problem as elsewhere (thanks to a bit of rain and the water stored behind Hetch Hetchy Dam), there’s a little panic setting in as the state moves towa