• NEWS

    Firefighters battle fire at Ace Lumber

    Bowie Firefighters, assisted by several other fire departments battled this fire at Bowie Lumber about 8:45 p.m. on Monday. On arrival there was heavy smoke and flames in the roof and short time later flames [...]
  • SPORTS

    Saint Jo loses to Perrin-Whitt, Muenster

    The Saint Jo Panthers lost their rematch against Perrin-Whitt on April 9 before falling to 2A Muenster on Tuesday.The Panthers lost 11-3 against the Pirates before losing 11-0 in five innings to the Hornets.Saint Jo [...]
  • SPORTS

    Schools compete at district

    All Montague County schools completed their district tennis tournaments and have a handful of individuals moving on to the regional tournament after finishing among the top two.Bowie and Nocona completed their tournament on Monday after [...]
  • SPORTS

    Lady Rabbits lose to Holliday 15-0

    The Bowie softball team lost at district power Holliday on Tuesday.The Lady Eagles won 15-0 in four innings due to the run rule.The Lady Rabbits led off the game with Kenzie Short drawing a walk [...]
  • SCHOOL NEWS

    Bowie one-act serving up barbecue

    The Bowie High School one-act play will serve up a barbecue dinner from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on April 22 in the high school cafeteria.Proceeds support the one-act play production. All menu items are homemade [...]
  • SPORTS

    Bowie baseball loses at Holliday

    The Bowie Jackrabbits baseball team lost the rematch at Holliday on Tuesday in the later innings.The Eagles won the low scoring game 3-2 thanks to some mistakes in the field from the Jackrabbits in the [...]
  • COUNTY LIFE

    Flowers, aquapots WOW Bowie

    Bowie Community Development directed the Downtown WOW Project, adding plants and pots to the area. (Above) Susan Ogden, Quinn and Courtney McEwen and Mayor Gaylynn Burris place flowers in the beds at the police department. [...]
  • SPORTS

    1A schools compete at area track meet

    The 1A schools competed at the area meet on Monday at Bryson for a chance to qualify for the regional meet.The Saint Jo boy’s team came away with the district title while most of the [...]
  • COUNTY LIFE

    ATFS helps families touched by trauma

    By BARBARA GREENeditor@bowienewsonline.comAffirming Texas Family Services was created out of a desire to help rural and underserved areas where victims of trauma often fall through the cracks.Three years later ATFS is providing free counseling services [...]
  • NEWS

    New precinct one constable takes oath

    Harvey Johnson took the oath of office as Constable Precinct One Thursday morning and will fill out the unexpired term that began Jan. 1.After several months of vacant offices having to be filled, it looks [...]
  • NEWS

    Drug Take Back Day April 24

    With opioid overdose deaths increasing during the pandemic, officials with the Drug Enforcement Administration announced its 20th Take Back Day on April 24.At its last Take Back Day in October, the DEA collected a record-high [...]
  • NEWS

    City recognizes electric dept. linemen

    The Bowie City Council presented a proclamation to its electrical lineman during Monday’s meeting. April 18 was proclaimed Lineman Appreciation Day. Mayor Gaylynn Burris shakes hands with Department Head Jay Evans. Linemen include Brian ‘Speedy” [...]
  • COUNTY LIFE

    Be safe call 811 before digging

    As Texans take advantage of the spring weather and break ground on outdoor projects, they are reminded they must call 811 before digging.Texas Gov. Greg Abbott recently declared April as Safe Digging Month for the [...]
  • OBITUARIES

    Danny Keith Nunn

    July 27, 1946 – April 15, 2021VASHTI – Danny Keith Nunn, 74, Vashti, TX died on April 15, 2021 in Henrietta, TX.A funeral service will take place at 11 a.m. on April 19 at Vashti [...]
  • OBITUARIES

    Dorothy “Nana” Robinson

    June 2, 1935 – April 14, 2021BOWIE – Dorothy “Nana” Robinson, 85, Bowie, TX died on April 14, 2021.A memorial visitation will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. on April 17 at the White [...]

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Saint Jo loses to Perrin-Whitt, Muenster

04/17/2021 0

The Saint Jo Panthers lost their rematch against Perrin-Whitt on April 9 before falling to 2A Muenster on Tuesday.The Panthers lost 11-3 against the Pirates before losing 11-0 in five innings to the Hornets.Saint Jo […]

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