• This Day In History

    1973 Roe v. Wade

    Roe v. Wade was a landmark 1973 Supreme Court decision that established a woman’s legal right to an abortion.The Court ruled, in a 7-2 decision, that a woman’s right to choose an abortion was protected by the privacy [...]
  • NEWS

    Commissioners to meet on Monday

    Montague County Commissioners will have further discussions on security devices and security audits in an executive session during the Jan. 22 court meeting beginning at 9 a.m. A similar topic was examined during a half-hour [...]
  • NEWS

    Bowie Council to meet on Tuesday

    The Bowie City Council will meet at 6 p.m. on Jan. 23 receiving several year-end reports. The hotel-motel tax committee will offer its 2017 report. Bowie Police Chief Guy Green will present the annual racial [...]
  • This Day In History

    1977 President Carter pardons draft dodgers

    On this day in 1977, U.S. President Jimmy Carter grants an unconditional pardon to hundreds of thousands of men who evaded the draft during the Vietnam War. In total, some 100,000 young Americans went abroad [...]
  • SCHOOL NEWS

    Prairie Valley ISD extends supt. contract

    Prairie Valley Independent School District Board of Trustees unanimously voted to extend Superintendent Tim West’s contract one more year through June 30, 2020 when it met Jan. 10. A vote will be conducted in February [...]
  • COUNTY LIFE

    Main Street Bowie annual dinner on Jan. 29

    Main Street Bowie will presents its annual Community Appreciation Dinner at 6 p.m. on Jan. 29 in the City of Bowie Community Room. This annual event allows Main Street an opportunity to say thank you [...]
  • This Day In History

    1974 Football player-turned-murderer born

    Rae Carruth, the pro football player convicted of hiring someone to kill his pregnant girlfriend, was born on this day in Sacramento, California. On the night of November 15, 1999, Carruth, a receiver for the [...]
  • SPORTS

    Lady Rabbits wake up in second half

    It was another win for the Bowie Lady Rabbits on Tuesday at Boyd they won with a comfortable margin, but it took them a bit to wake up. The Lady Rabbits had a bad second [...]
  • SPORTS

    Indians blow out Paradise

    There are some games where one team starts off so hot, even if the other team is not playing bad, the game is over at halftime. That is what the Nocona Indians basketball team did [...]
  • NEWS

    Man jailed in two child sexual assault complaints

    A 39-year-old Montague County has been arrested by the county sheriff’s office investigator on two complaints of aggravated sexual assault and one for indecency with a child. Sgt. Jack Lawson, investigator, said Jason Kenneth Wood [...]
  • SCHOOL NEWS

    Bowie ISD Trustees extend superintendent’s contract

    By BARBARA GREEN Bowie Independent School District learned Thursday night it remains in a “strong financial position” despite operating with a budget deficit. Trustees were presented with the 2016-17 audit by Bowie accountant Stephen Gilland [...]
  • SPORTS

    Lady Indians come from behind

    In a comeback victory many did not see coming, the Nocona Lady Indians earned the home win against Paradise on Tuesday. The Lady Indians came back from as many as 15 points down midway through [...]
  • COUNTY LIFE

    By DANI BLACKBURN Imogene Lynch attributes her long life to one thing – Hard work. She must know a few things as this Forestburg native celebrates her 100th birthday on Jan. 23. Imogene speaks from [...]
  • NEWS

    BEDC Board meets on Jan. 23

    The board of directors for the Bowie Economic Development Corporation will meet in called session at 8:30 a.m. on Jan. 23 in the BEDC boardroom. The primary item on the agenda is an executive session [...]
  • COUNTY LIFE

    Saint Jo City Council reviews budget

    The Saint Jo City Council met on Wednesday night reviewing budget plans and ordinance enforcement in the city. City Secretary Melinda Robeson said the aldermen has some preliminary discussion on the 2017-18 budget, and where [...]
  • NEWS

    The Bowie Chamber of Commerce will celebrate its accomplishments of 2017 and look down the trail to what 2018 may bring when its members and guests gather for the annual chamber banquet on Jan. 22. [...]
  • This Day In History

    1999 Man charged in California cyberstalking case

    A mere three weeks after California passed a law against cyberstalking, Gary Dellapenta is charged with using the Internet to solicit the rape of a woman who had rejected his advances. Dellapenta terrorized a North [...]

Sports

SPORTS

Bowie Jackrabbits leave no doubt at Boyd

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It was another game of the Bowie Jackrabbits taking care of business as they got off to a fast start at Boyd on Tuesday to get the game in hand early. The Jackrabbits won easily […]

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