“They’re all marbles in the jar.”
Comment said frequently around the office helping customers coordinate efficient advertising. Continue reading →
Entertainment takes many forms today.
Especially considering what there was for families to do eight decades ago. It takes considerable coordination above and beyond to attract crowds to anything. Continue reading →
It’s a rodeo family story unmatchable.
That’s E.C. Emmett Roberts, his wife Clara and their six children’s instrumental beginning of the Flint Hills Rodeo at Strong City. Continue reading →
The Flint Hills are cattle country.
Where there are cattle, there are cowboys on horseback to take care of them. Continue reading →
“Build a better mousetrap, and the world will beat a path to your door.”
There’s controversy who said that and when the comment was made. Originally quoted in the 1880s, it’s a true statement, known for certainly. Continue reading →
A saddle’s not even required, yet there’ll be plenty of Western action for all.
It’s the annual Rodeo Days at Burlingame, “where the rail crosses the trail,” right on Highway 56, Saturday, May 20, announced Mark Hecht, local Chamber of Commerce official-businessman-enthusiast. Continue reading →
Maternal encouragement is often forgotten yet essential to happiness and success.
Nobody replaces one’s own mother, but motherliness of others’ helping and guiding is often taken for granted. Continue reading →
McCraken is a winner, no matter how one evaluates the magnificent Thoroughbred.
That’s despite the three-year-old bay stallion not winning the 2017 Kentucky Derby. Continue reading →