Railroads of Montague County, a commemorative coin commissioned by the Montague County Historical Commission, MCHC, is available to see and purchase at the Old Jail Museum, Montague. If you already own the Courthouse Centennial Coin, […]
The Texas Well Owner Network is conducting a water well screening from 8 a.m.–9 a.m. Oct. 21 at the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service office in the county courthouse in Montague to give area residents […]
Donna Pagel’s fourth grade reading class started reading the iBook, “Because of Winn-Dixie” by Kate DeCamillo on their iPads this week. Students are enjoying using technology in their reading class.
The second grade students at Bowie Elementary have been reading and comparing folk tales this week. Pictured here are students acting out the story “The Enormous Turnip.” The students also chose the book “The Enormous […]
Keila Murphey’s third graders are enjoying the “Taste of Books Cafe” where they got a “taste” of different genres! After they “tasted” the books they wrote a brief statement of what the book was about […]
The Saint Jo Elementary PAWS award was given to: Gracie Hale, Taylor Patrick, Krista Reeves, Donny Sutton, Zayne Edwards, Tate Sampson, Bailie Nobile, Sam Martin, Max Koesler, Emilee Pledger, Trent Gaston, Andy Myers, Issac Powers, […]
Sept. 12 was Breakfast with Grandparents at Forestburg. The third graders created posters as gifts for their grandparents. Pictured is Jaden Dobyns and his grandparents.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and inside today’s find The Bowie News Faces of Courage section. It features stories of two local breast cancer survivors who face unique obstacles in their battle for life. […]