Her Dad’s Son

May 28, 2018 0
Yaleigh Yarbrough By Ddee Haynes The day Yandy and Bobbi Yarbrough were blessed with their first-born daughter Yaleigh, (pronounced Yea Lee) a family friend asked Yandy what in the world was he going to do […]

The Roping Kindergarten Teacher

March 9, 2018 0
By Ddee Haynes If you were to peek inside the kindergarten classroom of Miss Cassie Vaughn, you would see a petite young woman with piercing blue eyes, a quick easy smile and a calmness beyond […]

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, […]

January 2018 Profile: Dick Carr

January 1, 2018 0
A Bull Rider’s Player By Laci Jones At 84-years-old, former professional bull rider Dick Carr believes in the power of prayer, especially when making his renowned bull ropes. At his home in Elk City, Okla., […]

Explore the Oklahoma Farm and Ranch Museum

March 31, 2017 0
By Rhonda Shephard The Oklahoma Farm and Ranch museum in Elk City, Okla., reflects the agricultural and ranching heritage of Oklahoma. Sponsored by the Western Oklahoma Historical Foundation, it represents the only museum statewide dedicated […]

The Twisted Mule Saloon

December 5, 2016 0
The Twisted Mule Saloon: An Interview with owner, Jerome Grayson By Dillon Steen What is your family background? I grew up in a small farming and ranching community in Allison, Okla. There were maybe 150 […]

October 2016 Profile: Rhett Beutler

September 26, 2016 0
Stock of Champions By Laci Jones A cowboy with the number 186 pinned to the back of his brown leather vest climbs onto a bronc at the Elk City, Okla., Rodeo of Champions. He gives […]