“That’s bold talk for a one-eyed fat man.”
Remember the line from True Grit in 1969? John Wayne aka Marshall Rooster Cogburn faced four armed mounted outlaws. Continue reading →
Top 4-H Club Day numbers will be presented as highlight of the 40th-anniversary celebration of the Morris County 4-H Foundation.
“Everybody interested in the 4-H program has been invited to the supper program Friday evening, April 7, at 7 o’clock, in the fairgrounds community building at Council Grove,” welcomed Larry Johnson, foundation president. Continue reading →
“I’m excited about the opportunity to promote the sport of rodeo and its great Western heritage as the best family entertainment.”
Enthusiasm bubbled as newly crowned Miss Rodeo K-State Emily Ebert anticipated reign representing the K-State Rodeo Club at public attractions throughout the Midwest. Continue reading →
“Which is worst: bathtub won’t hold water, or drain won’t let the dirty water out?”
Don’t seem questions one would consider, and insignificant most likely contend. Continue reading →
Answers to questions and concerns of farmers and ranchers will be responded to Wednesday evening, March 22, at Paola.
It’s the WIBW Radio Farm Profit Conference in Town Square located at 15 West Sea Street. Continue reading →
More than 2,250 Morris County 4-H club members have had special opportunities to participate in youth leadership growing activities through support given by the Morris County 4-H Foundation.
Incorporated four decades ago upon recommendation of then Morris County Extension agriculture agent Dale Ladd, five individuals met and developed bylaws of the Morris County 4-H Foundation. Continue reading →
“I’m at a horsemanship clinic, just got on my horse. The barrel horse banquet is tonight, and a trail ride tomorrow.”
That’s the life of Tossie Kirkham. Going lickety split, chatting, right in the middle of everything horses. Continue reading →