California could have three or more facilities receiving liquefied natural gas (LNG) today, but for massive popular resistance to the prices and possible dangers they might have brought.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
An interesting piece of correspondence showed up in my mailbox this week. A large envelope addressed to “TV Research Home,” came from the people at Nielsen.
I know spring is almost here because the cat is starting to shed, and I am looking for the telephone number of the fellow with the truck who comes by to haul the hair away once I have piled it up with the le
The battle lines over what may become this year’s most contentious, intractable legislative battle began to form within a day or two of when Gov.
“The Sequester is coming!
“Coast Steamer Lost on California Reef; 12 Dead, 36 missing. The Alaska Strikes Reef in a Dense Fog and goes down in Twenty Minutes.”
Unlike our wonderful service clubs in Madera that work hard to raise and donate 100 percent — or nearly that much — of all monies raised to youth activities, community betterment, and charities, a review of