- The Central Texas Miniature Horse Club will present the Showcase of the Mini’s, Friday, May 24 through Sunday, May 26, at the Brazos County Expo. The shows will begin at 8 a.m. each day.
- Brandy Drozd (Bryan, Texas) earned her first major title in the open division by displaying the nerves of a steely veteran. A lackluster 21 in the final would put Drozd in a tie with veteran skeet shooter Haley Dunn (Muenster, Texas) and force a shoot-off for top prize. Drozd held her own through four sets of doubles on station four and would grab the win after Dunn missed one on the fifth pair.
- ATHENS, TX -- The Toyota ShareLunker program received a below-average number of entries during the season just ended, but the number of lakes producing 13-pound or bigger largemouth bass continued to increase, and investments in DNA testing showed promising results.
- Kaleb Summers, Claremore native, and team STOadventures, won the 2012 OKIE Noodling Tournament in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma. Kaleb is an avid hunter and fisherman whose life has revolved around the preservation of a fading lifestyle that once used to be the norm. “To release a trophy fish reveals a rather strong kind of character, for as sportsmen, we sometimes owe it to our quarry to live to fight another day. After all, the true thrill lies solely in the fight underwater”, says Summers. It was a big fight in June of 2012 when Kaleb and his team fought a flathead weighing over seventy pounds (70.46 lbs.) and won the tournament. Their winning fish was the largest on record for the 14 year event.