As today is the National Day of Prayer, it seems appropriate to comment on the day and on its implications for us as individuals and as a people.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Every time that I have to drive over SR99 on Cleveland Avenue, I wonder what kind of twisted mind dreamed up that jumble of lanes that makes up the overpass.
It’s May 1, otherwise known as May Day. But it’s also just a few days before the popular holiday known as Cinco de Mayo.
But first, if any of the many Giants fans attend a game at AT&T Park please let me know whether the Barry Bonds plaque marking his 756th homer that was on the leftfield wall has been replaced.
I happened to switch on television Tuesday morning and noticed that four trials were in the news, where they have been for some time.
MUSD WILL PURCHASE BOISE CASCADE — Madera Unified decided Tuesday night to pursue the purchase of the former Boise Cascade Building, which will house the district maintenance, print shop, and warehouse facil
There are laws of matter. Then, there are laws that matter.