A box of sand…

May 31, 2020 0

By Jelly Cocanougher A pioneering boy, driving forces through the lands. Half built towers crumble in front of him as tree sap spots his skin. He looks towards me with such emotion, as a child-size […]

The Bees Knees

May 28, 2020 0

By Ryndi Perkins Throughout all the chaos in the world I’ve seen a quote that has stuck with me. “And on the eighth day, God looked down on his planned paradise and said, ‘I need […]

Do You Know the Backstory of Benny Binion?

May 26, 2020 0

By Pepper Stewart Benny Binion, gambler, convicted murderer, casino owner, and friend to many a wayward cowboy. Benny was born in 1904 and raised in Grayson County. His parents kept him out of school due […]

Grazing North Texas: American Lotus

May 24, 2020 0

By Tony Dean Farmers and ranchers are in a very close partnership with Mother Nature. If we really pay attention, she presents us some interesting scenarios. For example, though they are totally different types of […]

When a City Girl Goes Country

May 22, 2020 0

By Annette Bridges I’m not sure why writing about the passing of my very favorite cow has been so very difficult for me to do. I’m not usually at a loss for words. She was […]

The Garden Guy

May 20, 2020 0

By Norman Winter Flaming orange flowers always catch my eye, and the old-fashioned Mexican sunflower is still one of the best. There may be a revival happening with this plant that I have failed to […]

Roping with Catfish

May 18, 2020 0

By Krista Lucas Texas is known to produce some of the greatest timed event contestants, and north Texas specifically is home to one cowboy who is quickly moving up in the professional ranks. Catfish Brown, […]

Jesses Jewelz

May 16, 2020 0

By Jesse Kader May calls for festive clothing options. Bright and bold colors are where it’s at and these serape overalls won’t disappoint. In case you aren’t a serape lover, they come in leopard also. […]

Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch

May 14, 2020 0

By Rayford Pullen What a wonderful spring thus far, and thankfully all my friends in Central Texas finally got the moisture needed to get their spring going, albeit a little later than normal. Watching the […]

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