Parting Shot

February 28, 2019 0

A silent guideline in the code of the west: Washing your dirt and blood-stained hands in the very same trough the worked cattle drank from moments before as you sit down for lunch. A rewarding […]

The Birthplace and House of the Singing Cowboy

February 28, 2019 0

By Savannah Magoteaux With Christmas just behind us, the sounds and jingles of the season’s holiday songs still ring in some ears. More than likely you heard the old-time rendition of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, […]

Meanwhile back at the ranch

February 27, 2019 0

By Rayford Pullen, While it’s the dead of winter, spring calving is under way and keeping those newborns alive and doing good can often be a challenge, particularly with first calf heifers. The biggest […]

Serving the Square

February 26, 2019 0

By Mandi Dietz With time comes change and a melting pot of old and new, creating a destination to rediscover. Most small-town squares, downtowns, and city centers these days resemble that of Parker County, with […]

Doug’s Peach Orchard

February 25, 2019 0

Doug’s Peach Orchard located just across the Red River at 27677 U.S. Highway 81 in Terral, Okla., has survived the test of time to remain a favorite among locals since its beginning in 1948. It […]

When a City Girl Goes Country

February 23, 2019 0

By Annette Bridges My mamma used to tell absolutely everyone who learned I was getting married and moving to my husband’s cattle ranch that she didn’t send me to college to get my hands dirty. […]

Endangered Ark Elephant Sanctuary

February 22, 2019 0

By Michelle Ames The Endangered Ark Foundation in Hugo, Okla., is such an incredible place: a circus elephant sanctuary where these animals can live and roam their 200 forested acres in southeast Oklahoma, just 10 […]

Jesses Jewelz

February 22, 2019 0

I am so excited to announce I have started carrying some authentic Navajo jewelry, and it’s just in time for Valentine’s Day. Who doesn’t love some Navajo pearls and turquoise? I’ve never sold any jewelry […]

Farewell to a Piece of History

February 19, 2019 0

By Judy Wade Drivers on Highway 79 between Wichita Falls, Texas, and Waurika, Okla., are enjoying a new bridge over Red River. Millions of vehicles—from bicycles to heavily loaded oil field trucks and more than […]

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