In 2011 the Walnut Springs Business for Youth in Agriculture decided to bring back the Rattlesnake Roundup to Walnut Springs. It was originally started by the Lion’s Club in the mid to late 1960s.
By Local Report
Continuing education opportunity for women
Old time political campaigning looks positively archaic by today’s standards.
By Mike Cox
The Borden County courthouse was the site of an anything-goes wrestling match on Feb. 27, 1904, with cowboys and sodbusters battling over dirtcheap real estate in a once-in-a-lifetime sale.
By This Week In Texas History By Bartee Haile
So I survived the every-five-year-colonoscopy. Too much information? Oh believe me, I could give you too much information--- and I may later on. Might need a little comic relief.
By Rustic Ramblings By Dr. Genie Ellis The Clifton Record
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has a decision to make on milk labels. The agency has wrestled with the issue for more than a year.
By Gary Joiner Texas Farm Bureau
When a pet is begging for food, it is sometimes hard to resist giving them a little taste of your meal.
Hugh Walker July 12, 1934 to Feb. 17, 2020
Smith, Annette “Bitty” 73, formerly of Clifton, TX, , passed away on February 16, 2020 in Brandon, FL. Annette grew up in Lawrence, MA, graduating from St Mary’s High School.
C W Williams age 79, of Walnut Springs, passed away on Wednesday, January 29, 2020 surrounded by his loving family.