The annual Roy Rogers Festival brings 'Happy Trails' to you
If you are a Cleveland baby boomer then you probably grew up watching the adventures of Ohio native son and cowboy actor and singer Roy Rogers and his wife Dale Evans .
Qplay folds its hand
Pop over to Qplay's web site and you'll be treated to one of the more amusing and bittersweet notices that a company is going defunct: a video of Roy Rogers and Dale Evans singing "Happy Trails."
The Asheville Citizen-Times
Ruth Graham was husband's anchor, but shined on her own
Ruth Bell Graham never let her role as the wife of the world's most famous evangelist define her or limit her often playful exuberance for life.
Remembering Ed Bohlin
Each year the Happy Trails Children's Foundation carries on the work started by Roy Rogers and Dale Evans to raise money for work with abused children.