This past week on one of those cool clear mornings, the urge to do a bit of campfire cooking hit me. I had fashioned a couple of ‘pot hangers’ from a dry cedar limb and another from a deer antler and was anxious to put my old cast iron Dutch kettles to work. My wife saw me rustling around the fire pit in front of my little cabin situated in the trees behind the house and asked what I was up to.
More than a dozen people came out Saturday for a Bryson field cleanup at McCloud Memorial Park. Workers spent most of the day getting the field in shape for the baseball team's home and district opener vs. Bluff Dale Friday.
Prosperity Bank and its employees made a donation to the Jacksboro Community Food Pantry recently.
The Rocky Mountain Rendezvous was an annual gathering that began in 1825 at various locations held by a fur trading company at which trappers and mountain men sold their furs and hides and replenis
Jacksboro Lions Club members welcomed two speakers to their Feb. 10 meeting.