OUR SPACE: Falcon 9 lands like a bird
The SpaceX launch team is one big step closer to landing a Falcon rocket like — well — a falcon.
ROWLAND: National Hammock Day and The Great Gazoo
Well, the runoff election has come and gone.
RICHARDSON: Boating adventure on the high seas
My best fishing buddy is Coach Steve Cisson.
DAVIDSON-PEREZ: Where has the time gone?
I've found that as I now become consumed by making a real go at being a sole proprietor, there are any number of things that fall between the cracks.
CURTAIN CALL: ‘Man of La Mancha’ visits Russell next month
“To dream the impossible dream, To fight the unbeatable foe, To bear with unbearable sorrow, To run where the brave dare not go.”
RICHARDSON: Doctoral studies for the outdoorsman
I am currently working on a double doctorate degree and I'm sure that comes as a total surprise to many of you who read this column each week.
ROWLAND: When it comes to trivia, we need all the help we can get
So, Mama and I both turned 54 this year. We also celebrated 32 years of wedded bliss … well, I'm sure if you ask her, some of those years weren't so blissful.
HODGES: A right relationship with God
The Bible speaks often of being “righteous,” and we all think that probably is a good thing, and it is.
OUR SPACE: OCO-2 - Second Time’s the Charm
Some of the loyal OUR SPACE readers will remember the bitter disappointment of the launch failure of the first Orbiting Carbon Observatory in 2009.
RICHARDSON: Barnyard animals pose problems
After much reflection and research on past adventures I have come to an undeniable scientific conclusion.
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