December 7, 2017 RSS feed / Opinions

ACROSS THE SAVANNAH

Memories of a pond

All these many years later what surprises me is how little the pond has changed. I’ve changed mightily but the old mine hole as we call it keeps on keeping on. Nature’s a lot more resilient than we give it credit for. More...

Book Review

Wolf Nation

“The story of wild wolves in America is a chronicle of war and love, a history of hatred and redemption.” Brenda Peterson is fiercely devoted to this story. Her father worked for the U.S. More...

Political Cartoon

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When a mule kicks you around the barnyard, know that Jesus is there ready to pick you up

A woman watched as her husband put new horseshoes on a rather ill-tempered mule.  That mule hauled off and kicked the man, sending him rolling across the barnyard.  The frightened wife quickly grabbed the phone and called the doctor.  More...

Neighborhood peace and harmony should be an annual affair

This is the way it was on Thanksgiving, just two weeks ago, at a neighbor’s house when an impromptu party blossomed into a lively get together and confirmed how festive a holiday can be in a laid back setting and reminded us how mobile our soci More...

Winter pasture management

As we approach the winter months it is important that our cattle producers take proper measures to ensure pasture health: after all, our forages are the basis for good beef nutrition. More...