The Brownsboro cross country teams have been putting up strong results this season in their meets.
At numerous rodeo performances these days, there are shortages of bareback riders and organizers certainly would like to see more saddle bronc riders on the cards.
Those of us that have spent a lifetime in the outdoors have undoubtedly witnessed some sights that we didn’t understand. Through the years, I have learned that there is usually rhyme and reason to everything in the natural world.
Not much epitomizes the rogue ways of Mother Nature any better than the vicious circle of life that frequently plays out in the wild. Making a living off the land is a constant fight for survival where guarantees of seeing another tomorrow simply don’t exist.
Like many mature (aka OLD) hunters of my generation, I am sometimes a bit slow on incorporating new ideas into the way I hunt. After all, hunting methods that have worked during the past half century need no improvement; or do they? There is always something new to be learned about any topic…
The Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association/Women’s Professional Rodeo Association circuit concluded the 2020 regular season on Sept. 30. At that point, the top 15 in each event advanced to the Dec. 3-12 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo at Globe Life Field in Arlington or the Nov. 6-7 Clem McSp…
On a trip back to rural Red River County where I grew up, I had an interesting conversation with a gentleman at a local café where a buddy and I were having breakfast.
On a perfect Friday night in East Texas, the Brownsboro Bears and Rusk Eagles battled for 48 minutes. Both teams had key personnel not playing, but the Eagles didn’t disappoint their homecoming crowd with a 28 point first quarter lead. The final score was 49-7.
I was recently recording “Campfire Talk”, the weekly radio segment that Larry Weishuhn aka.”Mr. Whitetail” and I have produced for the past 11 years. The topic of hunting blinds, aka. ‘deer stands’ came up and we reflected upon just how much ‘deer stands’ have changed since the sixties when …
Some of my fondest kid memories date back to the late 1960s when I roamed the woods and pastures of my grandparent’s farm in Collin County near Parker. Summer weekends were spent shagging grasshoppers and fishing in stock tanks, but come fall I always reached for a single-shot Winchester and…
ARLINGTON--When the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo gallops onto Globe Life Field in December, the renowned rodeo will have returned to its Dallas-Fort Worth area birthplace for the first time since 1961.
This Week's Circulars
Sandra Kay Baxter Holland 81, of Athens passed away October 9, 2020 in Athens. She was born August 26, 1939 in Kerens, Texas to the late Charles and Pauline Martin Baxter. Sandra was raised in Kerens and graduated from Athens High School in 1957. She lived in Topeka, Kansas for 25 years befo…
Floyd Blount, Jr. was born in San Antonio June 4, 1928, to Floyd Blount, Sr. of Hubbard, Texas and Sidney Wright Blount, also of Hubbard. He was their only child. With an impressive Methodist heritage, Floyd attended South Alamo Street Methodist Church in San Antonio at the age of 5. At 6 ye…
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