AgriTalk
01/26/2021
The Best Selling Book that Made Lew Famous
You may have never heard the name Lew Wallace, but I bet you’ve heard of one of the books he wrote.  In fact, next to the Bible, it was the best selling book of the 19th century…
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01/25/2021
Wild Child – Lew Wallace
He was a wild child.  The son of a governor he was also a military veteran, artist, writer, lawyer…the list goes on an on, but his interesting early years perhaps set the stage for a career of work that still touches the masses today…
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01/22/2021
Names Carved in Stone
There is something about seeing someone’s name in stone.  That may be on a grave side marker, or in this case a memorial to those who served their country.  What took place here is an example to other communities of what can happen when a few local veterans decided they wanted to do something to hon
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01/21/2021
Finding a Place on the Lake
A lot of people enjoy heading to the lake.  In fact, some like it so much, they buy land or a home there.  But what if that just wasn’t an option, yet you really wanted to get away?  It’s just one o the stories told here at a place devoted to the lakes…
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01/20/2021
Home of the Lakes
Lots of people head to the lake for summer vacation.  That’s certainly the case in this county, but unlike a lot of places, they have hundreds of lakes from which to choose.  That’s why they have a museum devoted just to their lakes…
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01/19/2021
How Charles Pinckney Impacted You
You may not have heard his name…but the impact this young man left on our government is still felt today…even in things as simple as when you open your mailbox…
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01/18/2021
Prodigal Sons of the Arivaca Ranch
The Bible’s parable of the prodigal son shares the story of a wayward young man that comes home to a father, who has every right to be livid with him, yet welcomes him with open arms.  Ron Searle sees the parable play out many times each year
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01/15/2021
A Boy Breaks a Horse, The Horse Breaks Him
The Arivaca ranch has been breaking horses since the late 1800s.  They’re still breaking horses…but today the horses are also used to break young men.  This is the story of horses that teach the lessons of life…
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01/14/2021
The Ranch That Raises Much More Than Cattle
For over a century, this ranch near Arizona’s border with Mexico has raised thousands of head of cattle, herded by generations of desert cowboys.  Today the ranch is raising more than cattle though…
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01/13/2021
Shouldn’t Pigeon have a “D”?
How do you spell pigeon?  You know that bird that you sometimes need to get rid of around buildings?  That was the dilemma facing one of Bob’s reporters at the newspaper and in the days before auto correct on your computer, well, getting that word right could take up most of you day…
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