Life in eastern Kiowa County as told by Sharon Scott.
"Joy to the World, the Lord is come." Issac Watts (1674-1748) hymn lyrics
Ever since ol' Windy began a career in radio, which is unusual for an old hunting guide, cowboy, and camp cook, he's been spending more time thinking about things to say. His radio segment, called Windy's Words of Wisdom, has given him new purpose.
Down at the sale barn the other day, he meandered around until he had several of the guys semi-cornered. You see, the only thing in life Windy Wilson can't live without is an audience.
"Now Doc," Windy said, "you watch teevee, right?"
Losing weight, but not that stubborn belly fat? Try these tips.
Reports show that food supplies can be compromised by climate change.
The Plainview High School boys and girls basketball teams traveled to Lone Star School (north of Yuma) Friday evening for their first ball game of the season. Both teams lost, but it was a good learning experience. Several sets of parents traveled through the dense fog to support the teams. Their next game is Monday - Jr. High girls and boys followed by High School girls and boys at Plainview.
Life in Eads and Kiowa County as observed by Doris Lessenden.
The latest installment of the Rocky series packs a few surprising punches.
Rural-based humor with characters from the mind of Slim Randles.
Just because something is natural doesn't mean it is good for you.