Lacey’s Pantry – Root Beer Float Pie

April 16, 2018 0
By Lacey Newlin There’s nothing more satisfying than a root beer Float after a long day. That creamy, dreamy ice cream and root beer hits the spot for adults and kids! Why not try it […]

Pinkney Turner Writes a Page in History

April 7, 2018 0
By Judy Wade When Pinkney Bedford Turner sold land to John Ringling in 1913, he wrote page one in the history of Ringling, Okla. Mr. Ringling came to the area with the intention of finding […]

Life of a Ranch Wife

April 6, 2018 0
By Lanna Mills We take many things for granted today, especially things that are so easily accessed now that in the past took great difficulty. You’re thirsty, so you walk a few feet into your […]

April 2018 Profile: Clark Kaupke

April 2, 2018 0
By Laci Jones Horse trainer, Clark Kaupke recently received some valuable advice from fellow peer Jody Galyean: “You’ve got to ride every step.” “That doesn’t mean I got to do everything for that horse,” Kaupke […]

Rodeo Royalty

March 21, 2018 0
Mildred Farris By Judy Wade “The prettiest picture was when Mildred carried the American Flag and Clem McSpadden read the Cowboy Prayer at the National Finals in Oklahoma City,” said Donna McSpadden, wife of the […]

Life of a Ranch Wife

March 5, 2018 0
By Lanna Mills As ranchers, we are constantly battling something—drought, flooding, fire, grass shortage, theft, market crash or illness, and even predators. While we cannot eliminate this threat completely, there are things that we can […]

March 2018 Profile: Kenneth Hodge

February 28, 2018 0
To Understand Horses By Laci Jones Kenneth Hodge brushes his 21-year-old brown quarter horse named “Huey” in his barn in Elk City, Okla. With passion and a hint of laughter in his voice, he said, […]
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