Montague School takes Polar Express

12/07/2016 0
The Montague Independent School District will have a “Polar Express” movie night on Dec. 9 in the Montague gym. Admission is free. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the movie starts at 6. It will […]

Gold-Burg ISD youngsters entertain with “Turkey Trouble”

11/30/2016 0
Gold-Burg’s pre-K and kindergarten classes performed the play “Turkey Trouble!” at their Thanksgiving party. Students who participated were: Yareli Aguirre, rooster; Sawyer Martin, pig; Payton DeMoss, turkey; Amelia Mervyn, farmer’s wife; Ryleigh Johnson, farmer’s child; […]

Gold-Burg ISD welcomes new trustees

11/26/2016 0
On Monday night, Gold-Burg Independent School Board welcomed three members elected in the Nov. 8 election. Two were returning members, Becky Case and Lynn Allen, and newly elected Trustee Weldon Duff, who has served on […]

Nocona ISD canvasses votes

11/26/2016 0
Nocona School Board trustees canvassed the Nov. 8 election results when they met on Monday night. Nocona Independent School District saw its second bond election in six months fail by 381 votes on Nov. 8. […]

Bowie High jazz musicians compete

11/23/2016 0
Two Bowie High School jazz band musicians competed in the all region jazz band contest this past week earning chairs, while three other students earned alternate spots. Director Kendel Hickenbottom said Laramie Durham, playing bass […]

Gold-Burg royals presented

11/23/2016 0
Gold-Burg High School had its homecoming celebration last Friday night as basketball season opens. It was delayed from football season due to a cancelled game. Pictured are: Rage Garner last year’s king; Ethan Hellman, the […]

Should schools reinforce cursive writing skills?

11/20/2016 0
Cursive writing lessons were once mandatory in schools. Many adults can remember cursive writing lessons on lined paper and time spent practicing this aesthetically appealing style of writing. But thanks to technology and a growing […]
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