Archer County 4-H has first meeting

September 25, 2014 0
By Madison Miller, Archer County 4-H reporter On Sept. 15, Archer County had its first 4-H meeting. The group elected officers and talked about projects, events and fall dates. They also told new members what […]

Plant of the month: Snow-on-the-Prairie

September 20, 2014 0
By contributing writer Lisa Bellows, Ph.D., North Central Texas College Euphobia bicolor and Euphoria marginata or Snow-on-the-Prairie and Snow-on-the-Mountain are annual herbs that give us a show of summer white in our area fields and […]

The Trail of lost Gold

September 19, 2014 0
By contributing writer Jerry Williams What are people seeking when they chase gold? Realtor Jerry Williams thinks that many people will become more interested in the stories they’ve heard concerning precious metals when they look […]

Comanche captives: Dot & Bianca Babb

September 17, 2014 0
By contributing writer Shannon Gillette In 1865, Wise County was a part of the harsh Texas frontier. Marauding Indians were still a threat to the sparse rural population. Indians were known to raid the homes […]

127 Years of Uniting Communities- United Way

September 15, 2014 0
By Jessica Bartel, editor The gateway to the American West was forged by the wagon wheels of our ancestors. Far back in history, one can find pioneer men and women who settled this country looked […]

A bit for every horse

September 13, 2014 0
By contributing writer Krista Lucas Imagine a horse running out of control in an arena in front of hundreds of people. Is the horse scared, hurt or just plain crazy? It could be that the […]
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