The NBA draft has become so boring that it should come with a warning label — watching will induce drowsiness and narcoleptic tendencies.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Water metering officially starts tomorrow, Maderans, and in 30 days, some of us no doubt will be in for a shock.
I headed out of Keeler on the east side of the wasteland that is all that is left of once beautiful and pristine Owens Lake.
I can’t help but wonder what it would be like to be granted a private audience for a civics discussion with the men who occupy the big chairs.
You know you’re a Catholic when you’re tempted to genuflect when you cross the center aisle of a courtroom.
Tee Shepard had everything he wanted, then oddly walked away from the dream.
Some disturbing news about unemployment: The Madera-Chowchilla metropolitan area has the 10th-highest jobless rate in the nation. Here are the nine cities worse than we are: