The word is out that Google expects our home appliances to start talking to one another in a few years via computer network, and frankly, I am worried.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Two years ago, Madera teacher Lovina Arter couldn’t walk the short trek from her third grade classroom to Sherman Thomas Charter School’s office without ending up in tears.
That rumbling you heard Sunday night was not thunder, nor was it an earthquake.
There are so many food items that I love during fall and winter. Chestnuts are one of them, but I don’t usually have very good luck in the freshness department.
First off, gentle reader, let me say this is not a return of my twice-weekly “Musings.” However, until I am recovered enough to pound this keyboard on a regular basis to meet deadlines, I will attempt to wri
This is the second of a two-part series by Tribune columnist Leon Emo on his 23-day stay in the hospital in December. He will resume his Wednesday and Friday “Musings” as soon as he is able.
You may (or may not) have heard by now that the new federal budget will be somewhere around $1.1 trillion, and a lot of people think that might be too much money for a little old country like ours to spend i