The cattle business today has evolved into several distinct segments.
We worked hard, so we ate hearty meals when I was growing up on the ranch.
I would like to personally thank the members of the Yampa Valley OHV Trailriders who recently donated their Sunday to cleaning up a mile stretch along BLM Road 1596 on Duffy Mountain.
Every year, dogs die after being locked inside cars while their owners shop or run other errands.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank our wonderful community for the prayers and support during our daughters’ surgery for scoliosis and also for our son’s surgery for a growth in his ear and mastoid cavity.
Last weekend I made the “Spring Salad” — featured in my column — for branding lunch.
I’ve never enjoyed goodbyes. I find them sad, uncomfortable and awkward to the point of being almost itchy. I’m a weird guy when it comes to saying goodbye because I do everything I can to avoid them.
Beginning in June, coaches are coordinating efforts to make sure student-athletes can increase their performance potential.
During the month of May, to a quarter of our school population, their entire focus is Graduation on Memorial Day weekend in our high school gym. Without a doubt, the students have worked very hard and their accomplishments are varied and significant.
This upcoming weekend, Grand Olde West Days and Wild West Weekend will be in full swing. Everyone should get out and take advantage of all the community has to offer this weekend.
May now is going over the hump, and we are past the middle of the month. We’re entering into the phase of school terms ending, vacations being planned, carnivals to attend and all sorts of other neat stuff.
Back in the days before satellite TV, cellphones, video players, Netflix and laptops, many ranchers in the West were isolated from civilization.
When my sisters and I were kids, Dad and Mom sometimes planned a full day of shopping in Craig.
We’ll be branding calves at our place this weekend.
A pervasive joke about the shopping tendencies of men and women alleges that a man will pay $2 for a $1 item he wants, while a woman will pay $1 for a $2 item she doesn’t want.