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 […]

Lacey’s Pantry: Best Ever Chocolate Cake

February 12, 2019 0
By Lacey Newlin Total time: One hour and 15 minutesYields: Two dozen cupcakes or three (eight-inch) round pansIngredientsCake:1 cup all-purpose flour1 cup unsweetened cocoa1 1/2 tsp baking soda1/2 tsp salt3/4 cup butter or margarine1 cup […]

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 […]

Judge Mike Campbell: A Serving Hand

January 1, 2019 0
By Jessica Crabtree “I pledge my head to clearer thinking, my heart to greater loyalty, my handsto larger service, my health to better living for my club, my community, my country and my world. I […]

Cowboy Culture – Writing is Tough

December 16, 2018 0
By Clay Reid Well, as you see by my headline, it’s another hard day for Clay as a writer. Writing is tough, and it’s even tougher when you’re stupid. No, John Wayne did not say […]

Cowboy Culture – Poaching #2

November 14, 2018 0
By Clay Reid  Last month I wrote about how I was accidentally led into the poacher life. Today I will tell of another time I was led astray as a dumb kid. Actually I wrote […]
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