The Wild Wild West

June 10, 2014 0
By contributing writer Jerry Williams Advanced movie technology began to emerge in the western genre when the show “Wild Wild West “appeared on the screen. Western star Robert Conrad portrayed James West, a “James Bond” […]

Coneflower: Vulnerable Prairie Wildflower

May 12, 2014 0
By contributing writer Lisa Bellows, Ph.D., North Central Texas College Coneflowers are drought-tolerant perennial plants which will soon be adding color to the prairies and roadsides in our region. These wildflowers have spiny central discs […]

Buffalo: A staple in Texas History

May 12, 2014 0
By Jerry Williams Chapters in history tend to overlap one another and some survive, while others do not. The force of change almost annihilated the buffalo. However, Mother Nature and naturalists have rescued them. Their […]

The 8th annual Turkey Fest Follow-up

May 12, 2014 0
The eighth annual Turkey Fest in Henrietta, Texas hosted 5,000 festival-goers on April 12, 2014. The 2014 festival featured 5,000 festival-goers, over 300 Full Strut Banquet attendees, 38 hunters and 6 pro-teams. New to the […]

Visions, memories and tales from Texas’ past

April 15, 2014 0
By contributing writer Jerry Williams In 2008 real estate agent Jerry Williams traveled to Buffalo Springs in southern Clay County to view a property that was for sale. He found a clear water spring ankle […]

The Pig Explosion- Part 1

March 28, 2014 0
By contributing writer Russell Graves Pulling through the gate of his northeast Texas ranch, Garry Mills instinctively knew what his eyes were about to tell him. Just a couple of weeks prior to our visit […]

Messages from the Past

March 28, 2014 0
By contributing writer Jerry Williams On or about January 4th, 2010 a King County ranch foreman shot 51 buffalo that had strayed off the QB Pasture Reserve. A neighboring ranch foreman was charged with a thirddegree felony punishable by two […]
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