Rabbits have good thing going

By Grant McGee: Freedom columnist That new movie “Alice in Wonderland” has been showing at theaters here on the High Plains. I overheard someone talking about it the other day, talking about Alice’s adventures “down the rabbit hole.” I’d like to trudge on down the rabbit hole we have out back of The Stucco Hacienda. [...]

All animals need someone to follow

By Joan Clayton: Religion Columnist I believe animals are gifts from God and where would we be without them? I am always amazed when I read Genesis 2:19. God formed all the animals and brought them to Adam for a name and whatever he named them that was the name. Living near the edge of [...]

Rabbit show hops with activity

By Casey Peacock: PNT Staff Writer Gates opened at 8 a.m Wednesday, as the 100th Roosevelt County Fair got under way. The fairgrounds were abuzz with activity, as exhibitors attended to last-minute details and fairgoers got an early look. In the pavilion, there was a swarm of activity as children and adults alike were preparing [...]

Hare affair requires some research

By Jim Lee: PNT columnist Not too long ago, at lunch with some university people, I mentioned how odd it seemed that the snowshoe hare is actually a rabbit while the jackrabbit is actually a hare. I thought I knew what I was talking about, and no biologist was present, so I apparently spoke confidently [...]

Fair offers chance for children to shine

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Janet Bresenham The day before the Market Goat Show at the Roosevelt County Fair, Kelsey McKinney’s goat did one of the things goats are known for doing — eating anything they find. Kit Pettigrew, McKinney’s agriculture teacher from Dora, was at the fairgrounds when it happened. “Her goat ate a whole bottle of soap,” he [...]