The Eastern Kansas Pro Rodeo Series has been revived with rodeos at Mound City, Kansas, August 7-8, and Eureka, Kansas, August 14-15, 2015, according to announcement from John Teagarden and Jamie Nelson, officials and promoters of the Mound City and Eureka rodeos, respectively . Continue reading →
Time turns back to simpler, yet much sadder times, while life as it truly was is being revealed in rodeo arenas throughout the country.
Stories of The Great Depression are beyond imaginations of even Baby Boomers, whose grandparents, and sometimes even parents, lived the now incomprehensible struggles of the great stock market crash coupled with Dust Bowl Days of the 1930s. Today’s generation has no clue of the terminology, and even less inkling of what it was really like. Continue reading →
The Morris County Youth Rodeo Association will host a Youth Rodeo, Saturday evening, Aug. 1, 6 o’clock, at the arena just east of Council Grove, according to Clay Wilson, president of the sponsoring group. Continue reading →
“Boy, you sure do get your feelings hurt easy.”
Somebody said that Saturday morning during the county fair hog show when a young exhibitor was in tears after the judge talked to him about showing his entry. Continue reading →
Star Attraction For 2015 Linn County Fair Rodeo, Mound City, Kansas
“He’s the very best and most congenial in the rodeo business of protecting cowboys and entertaining crowds.”
Everybody who’s ever met or seen the most acclaimed Wolverine in action proclaims total agreement. Continue reading →
Been in the making for a time, but most stuff is done, and it’s ready for action.
“The Jackson County Fair Association and numerous volunteers have been hard at work, and this year’s edition of the Jackson County Fair, July 24, through August 1, is set for the new Northeast Kansas Heritage Complex, south of Holton at 12200 214th Road, actually just west of Highway 75, on 214th,” announced Deb Dillner, enthusiastic official of the sponsoring group. Continue reading →
“Everything cowboy” has been promised for The National Day of the American Cowboy this weekend at Tonganoxie.
Charley Green, author, entertainer and part time cowboy from Overland Park, is presenting the celebration which he hopes will be become an annual program, in unity with the Leavenworth County community of Tonganoxie. Continue reading →