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Look at global picture, Sen. Inhofe

It was just a matter of time before someone would do this.

U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe, R-Okla., brought a snowball to the Senate floor Thursday to… 283 more words

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Post A Photo A Day Challenge


We came across this old, broken windmill while driving on a country road in the Texas Panhandle  You could barely see it through the mesquite trees and the tall weeds.   97 more words

Photo A Day



By Natalie Bright

The ‘Scenic” ranch road dissects our East Pasture. It takes a fairly steep grade towards the creek bottom, descending next to a tree lined canyon. 381 more words


Police chief loses his badge

A report out of a tiny Texas Panhandle town makes me wonder whether I should laugh … or laugh harder.

It goes something like this: The police chief of Estelline has been charged with official oppression, ordered to surrender his peace officer’s license and now faces prosecution on charges that he threatened and terrorized two female motorists passing through his town of 130 residents. 220 more words

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Puppy tales, Part 11

What a glorious mid-winter day on the Texas Tundra.

Indeed, days like this occasionally make me forget we’re still in the grip of winter. After all, didn’t The Groundhog tell us a few days ago we were in for six more weeks of it? 288 more words

Blue Norther - Photo A Day

Something Blue – Photo A Day (#fmsphotoaday)

Photo 1 – A Blue Norther rolling across the plains.

Photo 2 – The sun tries to break through the clouds as the Blue Norther takes over. 273 more words


Texas Panhandle gets foot of snow

EL PASO, Texas (AP) — A winter storm has swept through parts of Texas, dropping up to a foot of snow in the Panhandle and prompting El Paso to close government offices early. 107 more words

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