The 31st annual Invitational Fall Ranch Rodeo is scheduled Sunday, Oct. 1, at Council Grove. Sponsored by the Morris County Youth Rodeo Association, competition at the arena east of town begins at 1 o’clock. According to Clay Wilson, association president, a junior ranch rodeo is planned Sunday morning at 10 o’clock. Events for the afternoon rodeo include double mugging, team penning, steer branding and team roping. There’ll for a mutton busting contest for kids. The morning junior rodeo will feature team penning, ribbon roping and calf branding. Wilson can be called to register at 785-466-1359. Concessions operated by the Morris County Youth Rodeo Association will be open during the rodeos.
Somebody said it’s called “mazeophobia.”
That’s a big word for fear of being lost. Continue reading →
It was a big day of Western action at the famed Flint Hills Rodeo Arena in Strong City.
Twenty-seven ranchers showed their mounts in the ranch horse competitions, and ten teams tested skills at the evening ranch rodeo. Continue reading →
It’ll be a community appreciation celebration of 130 years.
Old Settlers Day at Alta Vista in western Wabaunsee County features a full lineup of festivities Saturday, Sept. 23. Continue reading →
Getting down on five chute-fighting, rank bucking bulls in one day is an enviable feat itself by most anybody’s standards.
Making qualified rides on the last two meanest professional-caliber buckers within just a few minutes becomes even more notable. Continue reading →
Old time farming methods and ways of living days gone by will once again be featured Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 23-24, at the 39th Fall Festival and Swap Meet
It’ll all be at the Meriden Antique Engine and Threshers Association grounds, one mile east of Meriden, Kansas, on Highway K-4. Continue reading →
“What kind of cowboy he is can be told by the boots he wears.”
Not unlike the shape and color of hat, brand and fit of jeans, or shirt style. Continue reading →
Washington is a famous name.
There are many things named Washington: towns, schools, streets, buildings and the list goes on. Continue reading →