Doan’s Crossing

December 12, 2014 0
By Shannon Gillette At the end of the Civil War, Texas was economically crippled. The one commodity that was extremely abundant was Longhorn cattle. While Texans were cash poor and cattle rich, the Northern portions […]

Outstanding Clay County Citizen, Liz Kesler

December 11, 2014 0
By Judy Wade Clay County is home to many outstanding citizens, but none more deserving of the title “Outstanding” than Liz Kesler. Born June 10, 1926, to Irene (Faulkner) and Chesley Russell in Bluegrove, this […]

Roping for Christ: Riley Webb

December 8, 2014 0
By Jessica Crabtree, Some kids have a dream that is so vivid in their mind. From the time they are small, their dream is all they’ve ever wanted. For the young, their dreams may […]

Jake Hooker – Exclusive

October 15, 2014 0
In a recent interview, Jake Hooker gave NTFR an exclusive look into his home, musical life and a clip of him singing a new song. Jake Hooker & The Outsiders are revered as one of […]

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 […]
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