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Lonesome Dove Fest

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Lonesome Dove Fest ~ September 18-20, 2014

DoveFest2014 logoThe 22nd Annual Lonesome Dove Fest is a family fun-oriented event Rotary-International-Logocentered on hunting and outdoor activities. Over 8,000 outdoors sportsmen and sportswomen and their families are expected to attend the Lonesome Dove Fest, celebrating the start of dove hunting season in the Texas south zone.

The Lonesome Dove Fest in Karnes County will offer great food, great music and tons of fun for the entire family. The festival includes a parade, team sporting clays competition, numerous exhibits, vendors, and a variety of community activities.

Saturday events start with a Lonesome Dove Fest Parade that will kick off at 10 a.m. in downtown Karnes City. Parade floats, bands and other participants will travel along Calvert Street through the heart of downtown Karnes City, weather permitting. The Lonesome Dove Fest Parade has become a traditional annual event enjoyed by folks of all ages.

Saturday night Lonesome Dove Fest culminates with a raffle drawing, live auction and dance featuring top notch musical talent, sponsored by the No Bull Radio Network (92.1-FM KCAF Kenedy, 1490-AM KIBL Beeville, 1280-AM KMFR Pearsall) is featured on the Lonesome Dove Fest stages include Roy HeadDickie Lee, Geronimo Trevino and the Geronimo Band. (Entertainment subject to change.)

One of the main attractions at the festival is a team sporting clays competition. The team shoot provides an opportunity for participants to compete for prizes and bragging rights and, for those interested in hunting, includes a dove hunt with area landowners. A celebrity challenge five-stand clay target event will pit the shooting skills of media members against local and state officials.

“This is not just for hunters,” Rotarian Randy Witte emphasized, “but for families – for everybody!”

Exhibitor and Vendor tables are still available. For more information on the 22nd Annual Lonesome Dove Fest call Wade Hedtke at 830-583-6330, Randy Witte at 830-780-3314, Benny Lyssy at 830-583-5775 or Maggie Hunt at 830-299-1287.

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Black Gold Shootout

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BLACK GOLD SHOOTOUT 2014

Rotary-International-LogoThe Karnes City Rotary Club and the Lonesome Dove Fest coordinators would like to invite your company to join the fun at our annual BLACK GOLD SHOOTOUT by fielding a team of your best wing shooters to show off their skills.

The competition to see which company can claim the “TOP GUN” title is scheduled for Thursday Sep. 18, as the kickoff event for the 22ndannual Lonesome Dove Fest that will be held Friday and Saturday, Sep. 19 -20.

We will kick off the competition with a sit down lunch starting at 11:00 am followed by the shoot at 1:00 pm.

Auction and Raffle items will be available. If your company would like to donate items for the auction or raffle, please contact me at the number below.

This year’s shootout will offer an exciting format, with each five-member team competing on a 60-target sporting clay course on the grounds of the Karnes County Youth Show Barn.

The event will test the wing-shooting skills of participants and promises to be as fast and fun as an afternoon in a dove field. Cold drinks (non-alcoholic) and snacks will be provided along the 60-target course.

To make things a bit more interesting we are planning to offer a jackpot option that can be entered as either an individual or team. Not only will the winners have a chance at picking up some extra cash, they will also be able to earn the respect and admiration of their fellow Black Gold competitors. In addition, we will be conducting some other interesting shooter games.

Bring along your tight chokes, heavy dove loads and a keen eye!

After the shooting is completed, ice cold beer and snacks will be available in our tent where competitors can swap tall tales and compare scores before prizes and a wards are presented.

We look forward to having you join us for some fun and to help raise funds for our local community.

Come hungry and prepared to shoot some clays!

Let’s find out who’s the best in the Eagle Ford!

Join the Karnes City Rotary Club for the Black Gold Shootout, a Five-Stand Sporting Clays competition among area companies.

All proceeds go directly back into Karnes County charitable causes and scholarships for local youth.

Thursday, September 18, 2014 – 2:00 p.m.
Karnes County Youth Show Barn

Awards Friday–9:00 p.m. during Lonesome Dove Fest
Traveling Trophy…plus bragging rights for a year!

$500 Entry Fee for Five
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Shooter Team
B.Y.O.G. (Bring Your Own Gun)

For additional information and to become part of our annual festival contact: Charles Thompson, Shoot Coordinator (830)-620-8815

Click here for entry form.

 

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High School Football Thru Aug 30-2014

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Thursday August 28 2014
Clark 14
Churchill 35 Final
Devine 7
Harlandale 17 Final
Central Catholic 30
Lanier 0 Final
NB Canyon 0
RR Cedar Ridge 34 Final

 

Friday August 29 2014
Austin Reagan 26
Lockhart 46 Final
Boerne 38
Hondo 22 Final
Bracken Christian 45
Holy Trinity 18 Final
Brackenridge 45
Jay 66 Final
Brackett 31
Dilley 0 Final
Brandeis 26
Johnson 17 Final
Brennan 30
Rouse 7 Final
Brooks Academy 0
Leakey 38 Final
Burbank 13
Southside 36 Final
Canyon Lake 7
Blanco 35 Final
Carrizo Springs 30
Memorial 8 Final
Center Point 7
Saint Mary’s Hall 34 Final
Charlotte 42
SM Baptist 20 Final
Clemens 26
Laredo United 34 Final
Cole 7
Lytle 39 Final
Cotulla 0
Pearsall 32 Final
D’Hanis 6
Falls City 27 Final
Eagle Pass Winn 14
Laredo LBJ 28 Final
Edison 7
Pleasanton 13 Final
Fredericksburg 22
Lampasas 15 Final
Harper 36
San Angelo TLCA 8 Final
Hays 27
Boerne Champion 44 Final
Holmes 6
South San 14 Final
Ingram Tom Moore 49
Junction 25 Final
Jefferson 17
Antonian 41 Final
Johnson City 38
Granger 0 Final
Jourdanton 27
Poteet 0 Final
Judson 34
Pflugerville Hendrickson 37 Final
Karnes City 41
Kenedy 14 Final
Kennedy 14
Victoria East 43 Final
Kingsville King 21
Beeville Jones 24 Final-OT
La Vernia 28
Wimberley 0 Final
Lee 35
Taft 41 Final
MacArthur 12
Marshall 13 Final
Medina Valley 12
Navarro 20 Final
Miles 44
Rocksprings 25 Final
New Braunfels 0
Alamo Heights 31 Final
Nueces Canyon 28
Ranger 32 Final
Randolph 12
Poth 32 Final
Runge 6
Ben Bolt 59 Final
Sabinal 25
Crystal City 22 Final
Sam Houston 15
Bandera 21 Final
San Angelo Central 36
Del Rio 0 Final
San Marcos 59
East Central 56 Final
Santa Gertrudis 53
Pettus 0 Final
Schertz John Paul II 9
Natalia 21 Final
Schulenburg 10
Luling 33 Final
Shiner 27
Industrial 0 Final
Smithson Valley 26
Midland 33 Final-2OT
Somerset 41
Port Lavaca-Calhoun 60 Final
Sonora 29
Comfort 13 Final
St. Anthony 12
TMI 20 Final
St. Dominic Savio 21
Cornerstone 26 Final
Stevens 24
Wagner 20 Final
Stockdale 6
Taft (TX) 19 Final
Three Rivers 33
Bishop 6
Tidehaven 21
Flatonia 14 Final
Uvalde 27
McCollum 8 Final
Victoria West 26
Southwest 14 Final
Vista Ridge 54
Seguin 21 Final
Woodsboro 7
Nixon-Smiley 28 Final
Yoakum 54
Marion 0 Final

 

Saturday August 30 2014
Floresville 13
Highlands 7 Final
Kerrville Tivy 56
Big Spring 58 Final
La Pryor 15
Anderson-Shiro 25 Final
Reagan 23
O’Connor 28 Final
Roosevelt 23
Warren 41 Final
SA Christian 13
Holy Cross 31 Final
Steele 35
Madison 0 Final
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Eagle Ford Minute Aug 29

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PSA- Frio County Commissioners have imposed a burn ban in all parts of the unincorporated areas of the county for the next 90 days.

120 acres of hay field and several outbuildings and their contents were consumed by fire, as an out-of-control grass fire blazed across the property in Northwest Wilson County. Firefighters from Floresville, Poth, Three Oaks, La Vernia, Stockdale, St. Hedwig, Cañada Verde, and Eagle Creek battled most of yesterday afternoon in near-100-degree heat. The grass is extremely dry and the hot winds do not help. Please be careful out there! Read More

Following complaints that earthquakes have become more frequent over the last several years, The Texas Railroad Commission’s new proposed regulations on wastewater injection wells were heard by members of the Texas House of Representatives’ Subcommittee on Seismic Activity on Monday,  Dr. Craig Pearson, the Railroad Commission’s new seismologist, told the subcommittee that the regulations would help make sure injected wastewater doesn’t migrate onto inactive fault lines and cause man-made quakes.
“Because we’re now dealing with induced seismicity, the worry is not only about water moving up [to our groundwater] but out to dormant faults,” Pearson said, noting that current regulations are only designed to protect from groundwater contamination. Read More

This is Randy Watson of the No Bull Radio Network for the Eagle Ford Minute

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Eagle Ford Minute Aug 27

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The Texas Railroad Commission reported Tuesday oil production in June reached 2.16 million barrels a day, up from 2.14 million the previous month and 29 percent from a year ago.

And the shale drilling boom in the Eagle Ford and Permian Basin formations does not appear to be slowing down anytime soon. The commission, which regulates the oil and gas industry in Texas, issued 2,419 drilling permits in July, an 11 percent increase from last month.

Five of the top ten oil producing counties were in the Eagle Ford, and four of those led state-wide production by county for the month:

Karnes – 204,500 b/d
La Salle – 155,283 b/d
De Witt – 140,323 b/d
Gonzales – 110,598 b/d

Read more here.

PSA – A Note on Service Dog Access to Places Open to the Public in Texas

Texas law and the federal Americans with Disabilities Act guarantee the right of a person who is blind or has other disabilities, including post-traumatic stress (PTS), to be accompanied by a trained service animal in all public places.

For more information, our website at No Bull Radio dot com. This is Randy Watson of the No Bull Radio Network for the Eagle Ford Minute.

 

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Karnes City Meets Kenedy

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High School Football Rivals Karnes City Badgers meet at Kenedy Lions Stadium

Don’t miss out on the biggest awaited High School varsity game of the year, Matching 2 undefeated rival teams together. It’s the undefeated Karnes City Badgers at the undefeated Kenedy Lions stadium this Friday Night at 7:30pm. Guaranteed to be an exciting game.

Don’t forget to support your team by wearing either Black and Orange for Karnes City Badgers or Maroon and White for Kenedy Lions. Good luck to the boys and to Coach Wood and Coach Havron, too!!!  …The Badgers and the Lions will battle on the gridiron, with a live radio broadcast on KCAF 92.1FM.

Area high School on air radio Football game sponsorships are still available for the season. Call David at 210-744-3797 or sales@nobullradio.com.

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PSA-Falls City Parish Picnic

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106th Annual Falls City Parish Picnic at the Holy Trinity Catholic Church this labor day weekend on Sunday, August 31st. The Labor Day Weekend Picnic at the The Holy Trinity Catholic Church is this Sunday.

Barbecued beef, sausage, and fried chicken dinners with all the trimmings will be served from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. for $9 a plate, to-go or dine-in. Enjoy bingo, a live auction and be plenty of family fun and kids activities. Dance to the music of Texas Thunder beginning at 7. Proceeds benefit the church. Get out and have some good food and fun.

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Eagle Ford Minute Aug 27

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Energy Companies Wasting Natural Gas

Eagle Ford flaring was 10 times higher than the combined rate of the state’s other oil fields.

Oil and gas companies rushing to drill in the Eagle Ford Shale since 2009 have burned and wasted billions of cubic feet of natural gas — enough to meet the needs for an entire year of every San Antonio-area household. Faced with a pipeline shortage in rural South Texas, companies bleed off the gas into flares that release air pollutants and greenhouse gases in amounts that collectively rival the output of a half-dozen oil refineries.

Eagle Ford flares pumped more than 15,000 tons of volatile organic compounds and other contaminants into the air in 2012, state pollution estimates obtained by the Express-News state. While flaring is supposed to incinerate impurities in raw natural gas and produce carbon dioxide, some of the wasted fossil fuel is instead just being vented – unburned – directly into the atmosphere.

This is Randy Watson, from the No Bull Radio Network for the Eagle Ford Minute.

Read more here and here.

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Eagle Ford Minute Aug 26

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The Eagle Ford Shale rig count decreased by one to 260 rigs running across our coverage area by the end of last week.

In recent news, Houston-based BHP Billiton may soon get the green light to export condensate from the Eagle Ford Shale. According to the Houston Chronicle, BHP President Rod Skaufel confirmed the company has applied for an export permit with the U.S. Commerce Department (US DoC).

The U.S. rig count decreased by 17 to 1,896 rigs running by the end of last week. A total of 330 rigs were targeting natural gas (nine more than the previous week) and 1,564 were targeting oil in the U.S. (25 less than the previous week). The remainder were drilling service wells (e.g. disposal wells, injection wells, etc.).  888 or ~48% of rigs active in the U.S. were running in Texas. See More

Eagle Ford Minute with Randy Watson

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Natalie Rose In Studio

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Natalie Rose and Randy WatsonNatalie Rose singing Lonely Home graced our presence in Kenedy, Texas at the studio of the No Bull Radio Network. We’ll be airing the chat few times over the next week that we had with Natalie and her co-songwriter/guitar/vocals John Butcher.

Natalie is a very interesting person, I wish that we would have had more time to learn more about her. We wish her all the best!

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