The Heart of Texas

February 22, 2021 0

By Krista Lucas Wynn The New Year kicked off with the Ram Texas Circuit Finals Rodeo in Waco, Texas. This event was a welcomed sight for cowboys and cowgirls, after all of the uncertainty that […]

Jesses Jewelz

February 21, 2021 0

By Jesse Kader We are getting closer to warmer weather, and with that comes time to think about transitional pieces for your wardrobe. This is a beautiful dress that will turn heads and would be […]

On the Road with Dave Alexander

February 20, 2021 0

I’m happy to report that Texas music is quietly beginning to blossom again as we embark on the spring of 2020. In early January, I was asked to perform at Six Flags Over Texas to […]

When a City Girl Goes Country

February 18, 2021 0

By Annette Bridges Ranchers and farmers are the hardest working folks I have ever met. If it is daylight that means there are things to be accomplished outside. Thus summer means long days. I must […]

Confessions of a Hunter

February 17, 2021 0

By Andy Anderson Most deer leases have them, it’s to be expected. Cattle. Landowners you lease from often have cattle as that’s the primary source of income. As a hunter leasing the land you just […]

Ag Elsewhere: Wyoming

February 16, 2021 0

By Tressa Lawrence As the snow starts to fly, Wyoming ranchers spend countless hours feeding and chopping ice along creek banks and in stock tanks as they care and provide for their livestock. It’s easy […]

Barrel Racer: Jada Trosper

February 8, 2021 0

When a 5’4 blonde haired teenager led a little gelding standing no taller than 13.3 hands into Will Rogers Coliseum for the Women’s Rodeo World Championship, they didn’t exactly draw much attention from the other […]