Family Place program ready to begin

10/31/2016 0

The Bowie Public Library is preparing to launch its new Family Place activities this fall. Bowie’s library is joining the nationwide network of Family Place Libraries, a program that targets families with young children, particularly […]

BEDC breaks ground at business park

10/31/2016 0

Dirt flew on Friday afternoon as community members gathered to celebrate the ground-breaking of the Bowie Business Park. Pictured are: Dean Myers, Randy West, Bert Cunningham, Charles Tyson, Larry Slack, Ted Murday and Chad Wilson. […]

Martin Luther posts 95 theses

10/31/2016 0

On this day in 1517, the priest and scholar Martin Luther approaches the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany, and nails a piece of paper to it containing the 95 revolutionary opinions that […]

Perfect storm hits North Atlantic

10/30/2016 0

On this day in 1991, the so-called “perfect storm” hits the North Atlantic producing remarkably large waves along the New England and Canadian coasts. Over the next several days, the storm spread its fury over […]

Two county lawmen indicted; suspended from duty

10/29/2016 0

Two officers serving in separate Montague County law enforcement agencies were indicted by the grand jury during a special Wednesday session of the panel. One officer faces allegations stemming from his job as a county […]

Teen enters plea in Nocona church vandalism

10/29/2016 0

The following guilty pleas were entered in 97th District Court on Oct. 25 with District Attorney Paige Williams reporting the following dispositions. Jacob Wilson, 18, Temple, criminal mischief damage destroy church property from a March […]

10/28/2016 0

Everyday Heroes, our tribute to those who serve Montague County as police officer, sheriff’s deputies, jail staff, emergency medical technicians, investigators, emergency management, firefighters and volunteer firefighters and others. The section features each department and […]

Rhetoric fuels rumors, questions about election voting

10/28/2016 0

By BARBARA GREEN The heated presidential race, coupled with rhetoric from a candidate about a “rigged system” has fueled skepticism and doubt prompting every aspect of voting to come into question. Montague County Elections Administrator […]

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