Vine mesquite

September 13, 2015 0

By Tony Dean The abundant moisture during early months of 2015 has favored many plants including vine mesquite. Vine mesquite is considered a sod-forming grass. It reproduces from underground rhizomes and aboveground stolons as well as from seed. The […]

A Living Tradition: Spring Creek Musical

September 11, 2015 0

By Mandi Dietz Between Weatherford, the “Cutting Horse Capital of the World,” and Granbury, “Where Texas History Lives,” you’ll find Highway 51/171, leading to Spring Creek Road and the century-old “tabernacle,” home to the Spring Creek Musical. Celebrating 74 years of […]

The Trial of Satanta and Big Tree

September 9, 2015 0

A trial set in Jacksboro in July of 1871 quickly became national news. It marked the first time Native Americans were tried in a state court. The accused were Kiowa Chiefs Satanta and Big Tree. The charges against them were seven […]

Roundup for Autism

September 7, 2015 0

By Jessica Crabtree In 1988, Bobby Norris was a concerned father looking for answers to help his daughter who was diagnosed with autism at the age of two. At a time when little help could be found, and a rate […]

Tex-Rickard Arena

September 5, 2015 0

When September rolls around, Clay County and much of North Texas start gearing up for the Clay County Pioneer Reunion and Rodeo in Henrietta. Hosted by the Pioneer Association and the Nine-Man board the third weekend of the month, hundreds gather […]

***ONLINE EXCLUSIVE*** Profile- Dane Lancaster

September 2, 2015 0

By Jessica Crabtree What happens when a ballerina from Dallas and a football player from the country fall in love? They create a family. Both chiropractors, Diran and Kellie Lancaster are in the profession of helping people. More than that, […]

Dave True to Receive National Golden Spur Award Oct. 17

September 2, 2015 0

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 09-02-15                         CONTACT:  National Ranching Heritage Center                                        Sue H. Jones 3121 Fourth St., Box 43200                                          Lubbock, Texas 79409                                                            806.834.2646 Dave True to Receive National Golden Spur Award Oct. 17 […]

The Natural Horseman – Feast or famine

September 2, 2015 0

By Steve Stevens We got a severe, unexpected thunderstorm the other day. I was working a bay Arabian gelding we have had in training for some time now. He can be flighty and stubborn, but […]

Texas crop, weather report for Sept. 1

September 1, 2015 0

By: Robert Burns AgriLife expert: Conditions ripe for armyworm population explosion Writer: Robert Burns, 903-834-6191, COLLEGE STATION – Dry weather followed by rain in the late summer and early fall means farmers should be […]

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