Yoder Brothers Log Furniture

August 28, 2014 0
By Jessica Bartel, editor It seems that some of the best pieces of art have a great story behind them, even if the art is a piece of furniture. Most times, the artist has a […]

The world’s littlest skyscraper

August 23, 2014 0
By contributing writer Shannon Gillette Texas! Texas is big. It is the land of big skies, big cowboy hats and big hair. It’s just big. Everything is bigger in Texas…or is it? Wichita Falls has […]

83rd Annual Clay County Pioneer Reunion

August 23, 2014 0
Attending the Clay County Pioneer Reunion is, as it states, a reunion of friends and family. No other town knows this better than the Clay County town of Henrietta, population more than 3,000. This year […]

The River was their Highway- Continued

August 22, 2014 0
By contributing writer Jerry Williams The continuing story of the intriguing history revived here concerns the river highways that were used prior to 1803, the date of the Louisiana Purchase. This story unfolded when the […]

Rodeo Youth Shine in Shawnee

August 22, 2014 0
By contributing writer Krista Lucas The future of rodeo is bright, if the world’s richest youth rodeo is any indication. For a week in July, hundreds of high school students travel to southern Oklahoma to […]

The dog days of summer

August 20, 2014 0
By contributing writer Rayford Pullen If these are the dog days of summer, bring it on. Around our place, we have had good rains and mild temperatures, something not usually associated with Texas summers. While […]

Stewed Okra

August 19, 2014 0
By contributing writer David Gregory I recently had an opportunity to eat some fried okra. I have eaten a lot of fried okra and really like it but this was whole pods of okra with […]
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