The cowboys and cowgirls were in town Friday and Saturday.
That was obvious for anybody driving Main Street in Council Grove. Literally dozens of big horse trailers from throughout the Midwest came for the Santa Fe Trail Ranch Rodeo. Continue reading →
It’s the 27th year, and Junction City Rodeo coordinators are going all out for this year’s competition July 16-17.
“We’re excited to welcome a full lineup of entertainment complementing Kraft Rodeo Company’s outstanding livestock,” said Darryl Blocker, rodeo ramrod. Continue reading →
Being a champion cowgirl requires a unique dedicated combination.
For Baylee Barker that includes several outstanding horses with daily exercise regimen, relentless precision practice and heartfelt desire. Continue reading →
Harvest the old fashioned way will be demonstrated as highlight of the annual Meriden Threshing Show.
“Threshing will be featured, but we have a full schedule of activities Friday through Sunday, July 16-17-18, at the Meriden Antique Engine and Threshers Association grounds just east of town on Highway K-4,” according to Jess Noll, president. Continue reading →
The best true Western action is cowboys and cowgirls running their horses at breakneck speed shooting targets with their pistols.
“Mounted shooting is the most under rated competitor and spectator sport in the world,” claimed Dale Armstrong, Sherwood, Arkansas. Continue reading →
“In most cases the world would be much better off if everybody would eat their meals at home.”
That’s in preference to the seemingly increasingly popular enjoyment of “going out to eat.” Continue reading →
“We come to entertain folks, let them forget about their troubles and have a fun time.”
Helen Russell was most emphatic as she excitedly talked, quite fast that is, about the Helen Russell & Company Show. Continue reading →
“A vehicle has gone through your pasture fence and the wires are down so livestock can get out.”
It was the Sheriff’s Dispatcher just after daylight informing of what this time was already known. Continue reading →
Happiness is promised for all with old fashioned country family fun, July 8-9-10, at Richmond, Kansas.
That’s according to Sarah Peters, hardworking enthusiast and promoter for the traditional Franklin County activities. Continue reading →
“Grab your hat and put on your spurs, let’s rodeo.”
That’s the special welcome from Deb Dillner in announcing the 11th annual Jackson County Rodeo. Continue reading →