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The Nooseletter
Vol. 4 - No.06 June, 2022 Nooseletter Home SUBMIT AN ARTICLE
 

Howdy y'all. Last month, we lost one of our Life Achievement Award recipients, Bo Hopkins. Let's remember to pray for his family this month. Remember, no matter what you are going through, no matter what you see, no matter what you are feeling, God is ALWAYS in control.

Our very own Frank Painter was interviewed by KJAY Epic! Radio on May 6th. Click Here to hear just the interview -- Click here to listen to the entire show.

Upcoming Events
Evans and Rogers are playing at The Crows Nest on June 22nd. The show is free, so go and show them some support. Click here to see the official flyer. Click here to get directions.

On June 25th, join National Talk Show Host George Noory, Coast To Coast AM Senior Producer Tom Danheiser, and special guest, Comedian, Actor, Professional Wrestler, Producer, and the man who starred in the 60’s classic “Car 54, Where Are You?” – Hank Garrett for a live interview and banquet style luncheon that will tickle your funny bone and enlighten you on Hank’s multi talents. Click here to buy your tickets.

Lastly, Richj Rossi's film, Italian Cowboy is have a Launch Party on June 15th. The Hollywood Times has written an article about it. Read it for yourself. Join us and show your support.
~Charles P. Scott

FEATURED ARTICLE
How Killing Wildlife in the USA Became a Game
~Rene Ebersole
Hunting competitions to kill wild animals such as coyotes (above), bobcats, raccoons, skunks, and foxes for money and prizes are increasingly controversial. Eight states have outlawed them, and legislation introduced recently in Congress aims to...
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CHRONICLE OF THE OLD WEST
Sioux Hanging
~Dakota Livesay
No matter how much patience a person may have, if pushed long enough, eventually they will go over the edge and retaliate. This week's story is one such instance...
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Historic Hotels, Saloons, etc...
~Peter Corbett
The West’s best hotels, saloons, restaurants and dude ranches are among the most tangible ties to America’s frontier past. Outlaws, lawmen, presidents and stars of stage and screen have slept in these hotels since the late 19th and early 20th century. They drank and dined in these revered saloons and restaurants. Generations of people from all over the globe visited and kept coming back to the places...
The History of Western Street
~Steve Bingen
It is perhaps surprising on a gut level that this most quintessential of studios, for many years, had no permanent Western street on its backlot, although a short-lived version seems to have once stood south of the Ince Gate. Ince and DeMille both specialized in Westerns, but 40 Acres came after the former had departed, and DeMille’s big-scale frontier sagas were all produced after he had returned to Paramount...
Largest Wildlife Crossing
~Catherine Garcia
Spanning 10 lanes of Highway 101, the Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing aims to change the fortunes of mountain lions and other animals living in the Santa Monica Mountains. Last week, crews started breaking ground on the $87 million wildlife crossing in Agoura Hills, California, and once it's completed — the goal is by 2025 — it will be the largest such corridor in the world, CBS News reports. The 165...
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Jose Maria Jesus Carbajal
~Tom Kruger
José M. J. Carbajal was born one of the eleven children to Jose Antonio Carvajal Peña and his wife Maria Gertrudis Sánchez Soto. He was born in San Fernando de Béxar, which later be known as San Antonio. His father died when José María was a young child. In the after math of the battle of Madina, his mother was among the women who were held prisoner and mistreated by Spanish Royalist forces led by...
Frontier Feuds & Range Wars
~Kathy Weiser-Alexander
If the Frontier wasn’t filled with violence enough — stemming from Indian raids, numerous outlaws, and the ever-present vigilantes trying to control them, then another common event was the frequent feuds, range wars, and political conflicts that created yet more bloodshed in the Wild West. The violence created in these many battles often occurred where there was no law or the law was too 'weak' to enforce any type...
Tangled Story of Pat Garrett
~Ian Harvey
Patrick Floyd Jarvis Garrett was born in Chambers County, Alabama, on June 5, 1850. When he was a child, his father, John Lumpkin Garrett, bought a cotton plantation in Louisiana, and he grew up there with five sisters and two brothers. But his parents did not long survive the Civil War that devastated the South, leaving the children heavily in debt. After making sure his siblings had homes with relatives...
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Woman Spends Over a Year Trying to Find
Wild Horse and All of His Mares and Babies
When this wild horse dad and his family were rounded up and sold, one woman promised to track down every mare and baby for him — watch how proud he is to finally run with all of them 1 year later.
 
POETRY CORNER
The Old Violin
~Myra Brooks-Welch
'Twas battered and scarred,
And the auctioneer thought it
hardly worth his while
To waste his time on the old violin,
but he held it up with a smile

"What am I bid, good people", he cried,
"Who starts the bidding for me?" ....
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The Old Man's Son
~Unknown
Years ago, there was a very wealthy man who, with his devoted young son, shared a passion for art collecting. Together they traveled around the world, adding only the finest art treasures to their collection. Priceless works by Picasso, Van Gogh, Monet and many others adorned the walls of the family estate. The widowed, elder man looked on with satisfaction as his...
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Fishing Tip at Bodie Ghost Town
 
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