• NEWS

    Texas schools to receive $2.2 billion next biennium

    Because of strong investment returns, the State Board of Education (SBOE) voted to increase the funding provided for school operations, instructional materials and technology to $2.212 billion in the 2020-2021 biennium, an increase of $172 [...]
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    1820 American vessel sunk by sperm whale

    The American whaler Essex, which hailed from Nantucket, Massachusetts, is attacked by an 80-ton sperm whale 2,000 miles from the western coast of South America. The 238-ton Essex was in pursuit of sperm whales, specifically the precious oil and bone [...]
  • Crime Stoppers

    Jessica Bishop sought by sheriff’s office

    Jessica Bishop, white female, date of birth April 24, 1985, currently has outstanding warrants from Montague County for Fail to Register/Sex Offender and Surety Off Bond / Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity. Any information on [...]
  • This Day In History

    1991 Terry Waite released

    Shiite Muslim kidnappers in Lebanon free Anglican Church envoy Terry Waite after more than four years of captivity. Waite, looking thinner and his hair grayer, was freed along with American educator Thomas M. Sutherland after [...]
  • SPORTS

    Montague basketball starts up

    Montague traveled to Slidell for their season opener Monday night. The Lady Eagles lost a tough 29-25 game. Skyler Smith lead Montague with 10 points and four steals. Emilee Reed contributed five points and four [...]
  • This Day In History

    1558 Elizabethan Age begins

    Queen Mary I, the monarch of England and Ireland since 1553, dies and is succeeded by her 25-year-old half-sister, Elizabeth. The two half-sisters, both daughters of King Henry VIII, had a stormy relationship during Mary’s five-year reign. [...]
  • SPORTS

    Bears fall to reigning state champs

    eep challenge for the Gold-Burg Bears to continue their season since they got matched up with defending state champion Strawn on Thursday night in their bi-district playoff game. The Greyhounds, who were returning everyone from [...]
  • COUNTY LIFE

    Blood drive set Nov. 20 in Bowie

    The staff of Advanced Rehabilitation and Healthcare of Bowie will conduct a blood drive with Carter BloodCare from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Nov. 20 in the parking lot of the facility, 700 W. [...]
  • SPORTS

    Nocona honors senior athletes

    The Nocona Indians carried American flags onto the field in honor of Veteran’s Day just before the start of the last regular season game on Nov. 9. Nocona High School also honored its senior athletes [...]
  • SPORTS

    Three county athletes earn district MV honors

    Athletes from Montague County earned three District 3A-8 Most Valuable titles at the conclusion of the 2018 volleyball season. Nocona Sophomore Averee Kleinhans received Most Valuable Player for her dominance of the court all season. [...]
  • SPORTS

    Prairie Valley teams earn home wins

    Both Prairie Valley basketball teams were able to pull out wins Tuesday night at home. The two teams played different opponents and resulted in different types of games. The boy’s team was able to come [...]
  • SPORTS

    Lady Rabbits get close win against Burkburnett

    The Bowie Lady Rabbits continued their early season trend of playing schools in higher classifications and besting them as they pulled out a close win against Burkburnett at home Tuesday night. Bowie pulled away just [...]
  • SCHOOL NEWS

    Bowie School Trustees meet Monday

    Bowie School Trustees will reorganize the board electing new officers following the election when they meet at 5:30 p.m. on Nov. 19. In action items the board will review district and campus improvement plans, cancel [...]

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Montague basketball starts up

11/17/2018 0

Montague traveled to Slidell for their season opener Monday night. The Lady Eagles lost a tough 29-25 game. Skyler Smith lead Montague with 10 points and four steals. Emilee Reed contributed five points and four […]

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