Montague County Veteran’s Outreach program comes to Bowie on June 7 at the Bowie Community Center. Veterans or family members should bring their DD214. Staff will be available 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Mayor Dustin Anderson and Aldermen Michael Terilli and Tim West take the oath of office for the Saint Jo City Council during Wednesday’s meeting. Read the full story on the city council meeting in your […]
Bowie Police are investigating the report of an armed robbery Wednesday at a downtown business Wednesday shortly before closing. Detective Kent Stagg said the 911 call came in at 4:58 p.m. June 4. Some $200 […]
Members of the Nocona sixth-grade band get into the spirit chopping their arms during the playing of “Tomahawk” at the high school/middle school spring band concert on Tuesday in the school auditorium. See more photos […]
Over the weekend, Aaron Robeson, a Bowie Water Plant worker injured in a May 28 accident, underwent surgery on Sunday to amputate a portion of his left left due to extensive damage. Robeson remain in […]
By ERIC VICCARO firstname.lastname@example.org While other parts of Texas may have abundant waters in their lakes, the same can’t be said here in Montague County. And that’s a problem for fishing enthusiasts. Especially this weekend […]
It’s time to submit items for the 2014 Montague County Visitor’s Guide. If your club, organization or event wants to submit a brief or an update to the guide, please submit it to email@example.com. Deadline […]
Shawn Lee Cannon smiles as he receives a diploma from former Saint Jo school board trustee member Michael Dennis on Friday evening. Fifteen students graduated from Saint Jo. (Photo by Eric Viccaro)