Articles written by Don Mcclure

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 By Don McClure    Opinion    October 5, 2016

Kennedy would protect custom and culture

Times change, and they always will. I can remember when county commissioners only met on Mondays to take care of all the business that had to be done. Now, because of so many laws and regulations, a county commissioner has a full-time job. A lot of...

 
 By Don McClure    Opinion    December 16, 2015

Burned out, ranchers still work for wildlife after fire

While searching for cattle in the North Star burn, a lot of wildlife were found dead or dying, including bear, moose, elk and deer. Because of a very limited food supply, a large herd of deer and some elk migrated to our green hay meadows. Even...

 
 By Don McClure    Opinion    November 27, 2013

Memories triggered from letter

The letter to the editor Nov. 6 by Roberta Warden Gamble brought back memories. I knew Billy Bell in the 1930s. He had two bands of sheep. There were 1,000 ewes and 1,200 lambs in a band. The reason there were more lambs in a band was because several...

 
 By Don McClure    Opinion    October 16, 2013

Reader prefers Tea Party line

The blame game hit home recently when Scott Hunter (the Star editor) blamed the Tea Party for the country’s woes. I’m not a Tea Party member but know a lot of good people who are. It seems people have a short memory. The billions of dollars the...