The rule of proximity is coming into play as the shutdown of the federal government proceeds. The rule of proximity is that the closer you are to what is happening, the more it affects you.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
By Svetlana Kochergina
Running is obviously good for the body (it improves muscle tone and cardiovascular health) just as it is good for the mind (a Cambridge University study found that running sparks neurogenesis, or the growth
The recent debates that led to the shutdown of the federal government have revealed little more than what intellectual pipsqueaks the members of Congress and the Senate can be when they really try.
I just returned from several days of beach camping, and I’m still pondering some easy-to-fix recipes for camp site cooking.
Last week a story appeared in the Tribune concerning the Rotary District Governor’s (DG) visit to the Sunrise Rotary Club.
Sunday turned into a day of pleasant surprises when a little band of Maderans went to Selma to enjoy a performance of “The Sound of Music” and get a look at Selma’s new arts center.