“Newspaper and magazine stacks are cleared away ready for a new year.” Naysayers assert printed writings are a thing of the past. At least will be, the cynical predictors emphatically proclaim.
From the days of handling the lines of his father’s work team, horses have been close to his heart and soul. “My initial interest in horses was directly influenced by how dad understood and handled horses,” credited John Teagarden of LaCygne.
Day after Christmas was the anniversary. Four decades and four years ago Monday to the day, we walked into our first real job.
“It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas.” Can’t sing bearably as verified by Maggie the mare’s evil eye when attempting to carol as we open her stall door.
American wild horses are suffering due to rangeland overcrowding, which has led to starvation and death. Many people are unaware of that fact pointed out by Forrest Lucas at a recent farmer-rancher meeting in Ottawa.
The main man came to town. Larry Wilson, the owner of 250 radio stations across the country, visited his Alpha Media Topeka stations Tuesday and Wednesday.
It was down to the last steer, and a heart breaker. All indications were Kansas was going to have two world champion cowboys this year.