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 […]

Profile on Josh Townsend

September 8, 2014 0
By Jessica Bartel, editor Often in life as children we aspire to be something, only for life’s plan to change it. It never fails that life takes over and puts you in the place you […]

Yoder Brothers Log Furniture

August 28, 2014 0
By Jessica Bartel, editor It seems that some of the best pieces of art have a great story behind them, even if the art is a piece of furniture. Most times, the artist has a […]

Profile on James Wood

August 18, 2014 0
By Jessica Bartel, editor Coming from a small town, people know your name, your parents and relatives. When returning to start a life there, it can work in your favor. People want to know who […]

100 years of Tradition

July 14, 2014 0
By staff writer Jessica Bartel In January 2015, the famous American Hat Company will celebrate their 100th Anniversary. The hat that’s been the number one choice of rodeo champions, ranchers and Texas Lawmen was started […]

Profile on Richard Bumpus

July 14, 2014 0
By staff writer Jessica Bartel It’s been heard before, “When I grow up I want to be a cowboy.” Not all who set out to be one ever make it. Reasons why? A job that […]

Mud Run Follow-Up

June 9, 2014 0
Spirits were soaring high at Circle N Dairy on May 17th as over 600 kids along with family and friends arrived to participate in a very special event. The purpose? To get muddy! 2014 was […]
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