A Saint Jo man was seriously injured this weekend after he was struck by a large rock thrown up during an all terrain vehicle race at the Rednecks with Paychecks spring festival on Saturday. Montague […]
By BARBARA GREEN In an effort to gain attention for needed repairs to a 1930 railroad bridge located on Mill Street and Farm-to-Market 1125, city officials met with staffers from the Texas Department of Transportation […]
Montague County Commissioners this morning lifted the ban on outdoor burning. However, the public is urged to take all precautions to avoid any fires.
The German-born English astronomer William Hershel discovers Uranus, the seventh planet from the sun. Herschel’s discovery of a new planet was the first to be made in modern times, and also the first to be […]
The Gold-Burg One-Act Play will be advancing to the University Interscholastic League bi-district contest at North Central Texas College in Gainesville on March 25. Gold-Burg advances out of the zone competition on Tuesday, along with […]
On this day in 1933, President Franklin D. Roosevelt holds the first of his radio-broadcast fireside chats. FDR used the informal radio addresses to explain his policies to the American public. In an era before […]
Five Saint Jo ISD students participated in the Special Olympics basketball competition on Feb. 16 at Saint Jo High School. Josh Miller, Paris Crosby, Nevaeh Hacker, Hannah Gregg and Evan Sublett participated in team and […]
In your weekend News check out the honor rolls and other six-week honors from Saint Jo, Bellevue and Bowie Junior High.
Before you go to bed Saturday night remember to move your clocks ahead by one hour as Daylight Savings Time begins on March 12.
By BARBARA GREEN firstname.lastname@example.org Following Bowie City Council’s approval Tuesday night, the Bowie 4B Sales Tax Corporation will advertise for bids on building the new industrial technology center at the North Central Texas College-Bowie campus. […]