Striving for Education through Adversity

January 28, 2019 0

By Jessica Crabtree In the northwest section of Burkburnett, on the corner of West 6th and Floyd Street, sets a plot of living history. Although there is no building, no real visual to show of […]

Windmill Grill, Saint Jo, Texas

January 26, 2019 0

By Shannon Gillette The two main elements for a great burger joint are, well, the burger and the joint. The Windmill Grill in Saint Jo, Texas, certainly has both aspectscovered. First the burger. Burgers are […]

Code Talkers of the World Wars

January 25, 2019 0

By Jessica Crabtree In both World Wars, a great source of assistance came from the Native American men who willingly enlisted to serve their country. Although World War I began July 28, 1914, America kept […]

Cowboy Culture: Let ‘er Buck

January 23, 2019 0

By Clay Reid A few years ago I gave Mrs. Crabtree a call after I had quit writing for a local paper over philosophical differences. I was looking for another avenue to throw around some […]

Preparing for Winter

January 21, 2019 0

By Krista Lucas With the dead of winter approaching, it is important to keep equine companions safe and warm. There are plenty of ways to go about making sure animals are properly taken care of […]

The Ins and Outs of Colic Horses

January 17, 2019 0

By Garrett Metcalf, DVM The horse’s gastrointestinal tract has been plaguing owners and veterinarians for centuries, causing long nights of endless worrying, fear and financial strain. The gastrointestinal tract in horses is far from perfect, […]

The Original War Horse

January 15, 2019 0

By Corsi Martin We have all seen famous paintings depicting Native Americans mounted on a beautiful horse, overlooking a canyon or another beautiful landscape. The two seem to be much of a pair, and after […]

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