Today’s article, as the previous one, is a contribution by Larry Martin, a valuable asset to the Fossil Discovery Center, with his science teaching experience, interest and involvement in all aspects of the
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
By Cristal Rivera
For the past few months, we’ve heard the value of a college education debated from various points of view, some challenging the idea that college pays off in the long run because the debt incurred in the cou
Proposition 37, which would mandate labeling of genetically engineered food, is a good example of the mischief that can by done through the tyranny of words.
Many states have so-called three-strikes laws, as does California.
Recently, I looked up the origin of the word squash. Most sources indicate it comes from the Narragansett Native American word, askutasquash.
I didn’t like it and most baseball fans didn’t like it. Unless you’re a St. Louis Cardinal fan.