Posted By Anonymous on 2012 May 10 - 3:12pm
The Chapman brothers keep Western tradition alive by doing it like their daddy did.
by Paul K. Harral It’s 6:30 a.m., and the mesquite wood smoke is already swirling around the cooking area at the Chapman family ranch in Aledo. I’m late because — as usual — I missed the damned gate. I’m concerned because Barney Chapman is a demanding taskmaster and...
Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Mar 5 - 10:32am
Cowboy churches rein in the strays
Bert Devers was 94 and had never attended a day of church. But two months after he started attending a cowboy church, he made his profession of faith. Two broken hips postponed his baptism for two years, but in October last year, church elders and lay pastors lifted the old cowboy, wheelchair and...