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Mar
14

Will biofuel production prevent US ranchers from benefitting from lifted EU limits?

Will biofuel production prevent US ranchers from benefitting from lifted EU limits?

“However, in the end, common sense needs to prevail. As the truck drives past the ranch turnoff and the hay yard looks a little bare, one cannot help but wonder just who needs the biofuel. Is it the hungry cows or the hungry cars?”

Mar
14

HBO not feeling lucky as third horse in show put down

HBO not feeling lucky as third horse in show put down

What’s going on at the HBO racetrack set? Three horses down?!

It appears they’re shutting down the racing part of the production for now at the Santa Anita Park near Los Angeles, after euthanizing a third horse. Sounds like it’s about time.

Mar
13

Flashback: Frank Sinatra Jr and the cowgirl witness

Flashback: Frank Sinatra Jr and the cowgirl witness

“He noted her cowgirl costume – she had a toy six-shooter in a gun belt – and asked her why she appeared in court in such an outfit. With a toss of her shoulder-length tresses, Miss London shot back…”

Mar
13

Western Heritage Award Winners Announced

Western Heritage Award Winners Announced

Attend this black-tie presentation of Wrangler Awards for the year’s best Western movies, television, literature and music. Inductees to the Hall of Great Westerners and the Hall of Great Western Performers are honored along with the recipient of the Chester A. Reynolds Memorial Award. Details and Award winners list.

Mar
13

Georgia law would make it easier for terminally ill to hunt

Georgia law would make it easier for terminally ill to hunt

The idea for the law came after Leukemia patient Taylor Gramling told her family she wanted to go deer hunting. She only had a few weeks to live, and rifle season was not yet open. Her family tried to get help from the state, but no framework existed to provide her a legal exception. Details and video.

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