Cherry Russell has always had a love for goats. Her dad was an agriculture teacher and she always kept sheep and goats. Her children participated in livestock shows and the family raised meat goats — more than 500 head. The Russells decided they didn’t want to breed goats anymore, but Cherry wanted to have a few goats as pets.

Ritual is a resting place off the beaten path designed to allow its guests to slow down, reboot and turn within among like-minded souls and many amenities.

Dalton Morton, a junior at Huntington High School, is actively involved in both the 4-H and FFA programs, where he shows several livestock projects. In addition to steers and heifers, he has competed with rabbits, lambs, goats and agricultural mechanics. In years past, he also has participated in the food division, photography, and arts and crafts.

When Hunter Hicks’ grandmother posted on Facebook in search of a horse for her grandson, she never imagined the blessing she was about to receive, let alone that she would be finding a horse for free.

East Texas is home to a variety of unique individuals with creative ideas. What started out as a journey to write a story about a unique home turned into a wonderful opportunity to meet Dan Phillips, a philanthropical man with a creative mind and a humanitarian mission.

We’re living in a time when we can think outside the box, and that’s what many brides are doing when it comes to their weddings.

Sylvia Mae Jones is in the business of serving up food for customers who enter her restaurant; but not just any food.

Catherine Cotton always knew she was destined for a career in fashion.

In every marriage, life throws curveballs that require patience, selflessness and partnership to overcome. With Rebecca and John Yarbrough, that curveball involved a lifelong passion and an act of true love.