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Horses Big Part Of Diverse Hard Work At 14-Hands Ranch

They’re Sharp Riders on horseback with plenty of hands for getting all the ranch work completed. Lance and Jada Sharp and their five children are...

The P.U. Test

Anyone around agriculture is constantly bombarded by a plethora of fragrant odors which disgust some folks more than others. I have developed what I...

Truth vs. censorship

The matter of truth rises, like a Phoenix, as we approach the windswept bog of primary elections. Facts, so-called, will fly. A fact that runs...

REMEMBRANCE

“THE FEAR OF DEATH FOLLOWS THE FEAR OF LIFE. A MAN WHO LIVES FULLY IS PREPARED TO DIE AT ANYTIME.” Mark Twain Mike Alfers was a man...

The Saga of Carl and Walter

The boats high-tech gear locked us onto a spot where the walleyes began biting like crazy. The water was so rough that every couple...

Orange Tapioca Salad

Wow it was a ‘speedy’ trip back to Northeast Missouri over the weekend. Along my journey I gathered flowers for our home. I also...

THE LONGEST WALK (What were we thinking???)

It was normal for the girls in my class (graduating class of 1966) to get into trouble some time during the evening when we...

Grasslands Endure Despite Transition

“Method of transporting cattle has sure changed considerably in the past century.” Railroad cattle cars arrived at Kansas cowtowns before daylight as Flint Hills cowboys...

Well Known Lifelong Kansas Leader Is Actually A Cowboy

Perhaps more often recognized as a political and financial leader, being a cowboy remains closest to his heart. “I've had lots of great experiences, met...

Denver Woman Finds Unique Niche Serving Others As Renowned Fundraising Auctioneer

“I sure do like your earrings.” Most auctioneers would get red behind the ears if a bidder said that to them. However, to a progressive woman...
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