For Heaven’s sake. Two books on the best-seller lists this week are nonfiction works on Heaven.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
When Toyota or any other automaker is caught placing flawed parts in some of the models it builds, a recall ensues, with the car company often paying hundreds of millions of dollars to replace fuel injection
It had been too long, or as my Timbisha Shoshone friend in Death Valley would tell me after not seeing me for months, “It has been too many moons.”
Our new courthouse is taking shape nicely on 6th and G streets. Its proximity to Madera’s original courthouse will draw a noteworthy comparison between the old and new Madera.
Back when Boeing was based in Seattle, there was a saying among people who lived in that city: “If it ain’t Boeing, I ain’t going.”
As crime statistics for 2012 gradually filter in from around the state, gripes about the 15-month-old prison realignment program have begun rising in newspaper headlines and talk show airwaves.
Ray Pool is one of the most enigmatic ranchers in the Valley. It is difficult to tell whether he is a flyer or a farmer at heart.