The first thing the California High-Speed Rail Authority tells you about the late July train wreck outside the Spanish pilgrimage city of Santiago de Compostela is that “the system there is not true high spe
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
How did August get here already? We’ve had some super-hot days this summer and yet two days this week, I didn’t turn on the air-conditioning at all. That has never happened to me in July and August.
The talented musician, Ludwig, wanted little to do with the Catholic Church or its priests, which isn’t completely surprising.
Some people in the Midwest have become ill with clyclospora, an intestinal parasite, after eating bagged salads, and it proves once again that Mom knew what she was talking about: “Wash those vegetables befo
Temperatures reached 116 degrees in some urban parts of California in July, but there were no rolling blackouts, no brownouts, no problems.
It has been more than 50 years since that foggy night in Toledo, Ohio, when a Cal Poly fullback from Madera High School climbed into a twin-engine C-46 with the rest of the team.
Over the years, a plethora of dramatic and comedic stories have been shared at one of my favorite restaurants and when I perused the television on-screen channel guide and spied “The Vineyard” I thought, wow