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Once in a while, it’s good to get away from home for a bit to reboot and refresh the stale routine of whatever your particular routine may be.

Although I was leaving more unfinished chores than completed projects at home, I reluctantly struck out for the Red River country in mid-June. In spite of my ignorance-induced hesitation, I had the good fortune to spend a few days in June in and around the Ardmore, Oklahoma, area as I attended the Texoma Cattlemen’s Conference, hosted by the Noble Research Institute.

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The plot is thickening in regard to foreign trade policy in the U.S., and farmers and ranchers have already had their fill of tension.

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Summer has arrived as Memorial Day weekend becomes the ceremonious opening to the season of the sun. Summer is the high point of the year for your kids and grandkids, who are free to spread their wings away from the classroom.

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Two major anchor stores in our local mall closed last month. In a healthy economy like ours, some might do some soul searching as to why two significant retailers would leave town. But that’s not necessary if you look at these two companies up close.

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Some people breathe easy on the beach, in the mountains or at the spa.

I breathe easy when I step off the plane in Texas.

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trail ridesPick nearly any day of the week from the end of February through the middle of April, and you will likely be able to find a bull sale to attend. And, if you can’t find one to attend, you can find several not to attend.

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