Most months we’ll provide landscape and home horticulture tips. This time, we’ll break down tips for the lawn and garden as we wind down the growing season.
I believe the year was 1999 and I was working on the Bates Ranch at Mertzon. The ranch had no cattle only sheep and goats, so part of my salary was permission to run 25 head of longhorn.
The Pecos Rifle Club has an annual rifle and pistol event the third Saturday in September that takes place in wide-open country between Pecos and Barstow.
I didn’t realize until some years later how my old Grandad managed it, but he could always tell what I was up to.
John R. Hill passed away in his home Thursday, August 31, 2017, at the age of 82.
John was born in San Angelo, TX on February 14, 1935 as the second son of Giles and Nadine Hill.
For the first time since dove conservation measures were established in Texas nearly a century ago, hunters statewide will have an opportunity to pursue the popular game birds during the first week
For the first time in three years, administrators and elected officials from the City of Sonora and Sutton County met to discuss the details of interlocal agreements during a joint meeting Wednesda
In mid-August, the 30-day special session of the Texas Legislature concluded.
Timing is everything– especially when it comes to rainfall. Summer rains help our warm-season perennial grasses, both the wanted and unwanted kinds.
The Sutton County Hospital District (SCHD) Board of Directors and John Graves, CEO, are committed to finalizing a budget for 2018 no later than October and many factors are being considered to help
It was a perfect eight days, Monday to Monday in July. We left just before eight in the morning, had a picnic lunch near Perryton, then visited Dorothy’s house in Liberal, Kansas.
It was an all-outcatfight. One like I’d never seen before – at least not between the two of them, whom I know pretty well. They usually get along, or at least stay out of one another’s way.