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Mar
7

Reba McEntire announced as The Annie Oakley Society Award winner

Reba McEntire announced as The Annie Oakley Society Award winner

“Oklahoma native, Reba, is a woman who embodies the values of The Annie Oakley Society,” said former First Lady of Oklahoma Cathy Keating. “She is a trailblazer who has broken glass ceilings in everything she has undertaken by soaring to the top as a musical artist, actress, author, business woman, entertainer, wife, mother and champion of charitable causes.” Details.

Mar
6

Video: Have you seen Einstein the Smallest Stallion?

Video: Have you seen Einstein the Smallest Stallion?

See Einstein the Smallest Stallion! So cute.

Mar
6

Genoa Cowboy Poetry & Music Festival – Event and Volunteer information

Genoa Cowboy Poetry & Music Festival – Event and Volunteer information

Take a perfect setting in a small Nevada town, add a backdrop of towering peaks and a brilliant blue sky and bring in talented cowboy poets, gifted musicians and craftsmen, horsemen, cooks and folks who love and appreciate the western lifestyle, and you have the makings for a pretty good four day party.

Mar
5

Will the Olympics shooting competition be co-ed again one day?

Will the Olympics shooting competition be co-ed again one day?

Shooting is one of the few collegiate sports where men and women regularly compete against one another—and women are often winning. What happened to co-ed Olympics?

Mar
5

150th anniversary of The Battle of New Bern – encampment & activities this weekend

150th anniversary of The Battle of New Bern – encampment & activities this weekend

For nearly six hours on March 14, 1862, 11,000 Union forces and 4,500 inexperienced and ill-equipped Confederate troops battled for control of New Bern — a battle that drew the line in North Carolina and changed New Bern forever. Details.

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