BERGON’S FIRST BOOK PUBLISHED — Frank Bergon, son of the late community leader Frank Bergon, will publish his first book in November, a novel about the last Indian massacre in the United States.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
We all are awash in political advertising right now, and it isn’t hard to find someone who will say they wish the flood were over.
The cat from whom we rent our house is making the news these days, because she is one of those voters who the political commentators in print and on television now are saying could make the difference in who
We have known for a long time now — at least two presidencies — that the American infrastructure is in need of repair. Engineers worry about whether bridges are going to fall down.
Every week, except in the dead of winter, thousands of people drive out of Reno or Carson City to visit the historic Comstock town of Virginia City.
“Trick or treat, smell my feet; give me something neat to eat.” That ditty will be repeated in various versions by kids of all ages over the next few days.
I mistook it for a misunderstanding based on poor grammar when I first heard about the controversy over Richard Mourdock, an Indiana Republican candidate running for the U.S. Senate.