The next front in California’s long-running water wars has already opened, and the reasons for it will sometimes be hard to see — but not always.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
After a restless night I peered out the window into the darkness of early morning, anxiously awaiting my ride.
Tomorrow starts the last week of April. On Friday, 4 to 7 p.m., The Madera Tribune, 2890 Falcon Drive will host its spring safety fair and blood drive.
A Los Angeles Times story on Thursday that Fresno has some of the most polluted neighborhoods in California, and actually ranks No. 1 on a state list of polluted cities seems a little surprising.
A company called GenePeeks purports to be able to answer a question many couples have asked before marriage: “I wonder what our kids would be like.”
The California gold rush was still in its infancy when Californians sat down to write their state constitution in 1849, and even in those rough and tumble frontier days, public education was at the fore of e
Took my gal to see the movie “Noah” this week. We didn’t go for the inspiration, or the story we already had learned in Sunday school, but just to experience what it was like to see rain again.