By BARBARA GREEN firstname.lastname@example.org Bowie High School senior Reuven Raper-Ostrow wrote an English essay last October exploring homelessness in education. He asked the reader to imagine if you went through high school not knowing where […]
In this month’s American Profile learn about three prominent celebrities and their cherished collections. Every one collects something. Available in your mid-week Bowie News.
Graduation season is well underway in the Montague County area with five high schools with commencement this Friday and Saturday and one a week later on May 31. Bellevue High School got things rolling with […]
Montague County’s public swimming pools are gearing up to open within the next week as the summer season officially begins. In Bowie the city pool at Pelham Park will have Splash Day from 1-5 p.m. […]
On June 14, the Bowie Chamber of Commerce will once again be hosting The Chair Affair, an annual auction fundraiser. The event was inspired by the very items it’s featuring – chairs. For an individual, […]
By BETH HIATT, director Bowie Public Library As with any small, rural community, there is a minimal amount of activities for local youth and families to participate in. Another hindrance to the community is the […]
Members of the Pick’en For Veterans committee presented donations to the Bowie Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 8789 and its auxiliary last week. Pictured: Post Commander Terry Frazier presented the check to Stacey Smith, […]