The Quail Comeback

November 28, 2016 0

By Russell Graves After a banner year across Texas’ quail lands, spring brought optimism. Each morning in the haunts where wild bobwhite quail are found, male bobwhites incessantly cry their familiar call in search for […]

Grazing North Texas – Perennial Threeawn

November 26, 2016 0

By Tony Dean  In the last issue of Grazing North Texas, we got to know Annual threeawn. In this issue, we will discuss a close cousin, Perennial threeawn. There are about 11 varieties of threeawns […]

Tools of the Trade

November 24, 2016 0

By Andy Anderson When the microwave first debuted in 1967, the average cost was two to three thousand dollars and were as big as a refrigerator. Now, they are as big as a toaster oven […]

Cowboy Cuisine – Gogo Gumbo! Boyd, Texas

November 22, 2016 0

By Steve Stevens The first time I began my obsession with Cajun food was when I signed myself up for a Rodeo school in Iowa, La. The great world champion Monty “Hawkeye” Henson was coaching […]

On the Road with Dave Alexander

November 20, 2016 0

By Dave Alexander  Greetings Texas Music Fans! As November brings us a little closer to the holiday season, this is a great time to consider giving Texas Music as a gift to your loved ones […]

The Boulevards and Visions of Kemp and Kell

November 18, 2016 0

By Shannon Gillette  Kemp and Kell Boulevards make it possible to navigate around Wichita Falls, Texas. Their namesakes, Joseph A. Kemp and Frank Kell, made Wichita Falls possible. In the early developmental stages of the […]

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