The Melstone and Roundup chapters of the Future Farmers of America (FFA) invite you out for the thrills and spills of Donkey Basketball this Friday, April 27 in the Roundup High School Gym (525 6th Avenue West, Roundup).
One the country's top bareback bronc riders, J.R. Vezain, continues his recovery from a September riding accident when a bareback horse flipped over on top of him breaking two vertebrae and compressing his spinal cord, leaving him no feeling below his waist.
Since I have been back in Montana, the family and I have been staying at our friends house in Roundup which is nestled very quietly in the Bull Mountains. While I love being up there, I have struggled with one thing...getting to work.
The past few days have proved to be a bit of a challenge with all the snow that has fallen and with it being a private road, the county doesn't plow it out...
Where I grew up commuting to get to work was just something you dwelt with. To get groceries was a 70 mile round trip from my house and we were closer than most.
Since leaving home I have made it a point to not venture too far away from my place of employment...
It was a great 4th of July. We had a lot of fun with friends in Roundup. There was an amazing BBQ, great company and the fireworks show we all put on at the end of the evening was pretty awesome.
We actually lucked out pretty well with the fireworks this year...
If you were one of the more than 12,000 spectators at last year's three-day rodeo event at MontanaFair, you got to see some of the best riders and ropers in the business.
With 536 cowboys in competition for big purses, 2014 was a record-setting year and an exciting show for fans of all ages.