Search warrants uncover drugs, stolen property

A pair of arrest warrants were issued for two local residents after a search warrant at their home this past week netted nearly $2,000 worth of methamphetamine and several items believed to be stolen property. Bowie Police executed a search warrant at 1407 Sanders on July 29. The two residents...
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Texas becomes national ‘hot spot’ for COVID-19

Despite Texas becoming one of the nation’s “hot spots” for COVID-19 cases, the needle hasn’t moved for Montague County’s vaccination rate as it still hovers just under 31% of those 12 and up fully vaccinated. While the vaccinations have gone up only 25 people since July 27, the active cases...
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Authorities Ask Public For Help to Solve Deadly Parker County Hit-and-Run

ARKER COUNTY (WBAP/KLIF News) – The Texas Department of Public Safety is seeking the public’s help to find the suspect in a deadly hit-and-run in Parker County last week. Investigators said 38-year-old Katie Derouin of Paradise was hit after she ran into the eastbound lanes of SH 199 near South Drive just west of Springtown last Thursday around 10:10 p.m.

A team motto can set the tone

With August comes the beginning of practices for fall sports like football, volleyball and cross country. Several coaches want to start setting the tone for their teams if they have not been doing that already during summer workouts. Besides getting players to go and do the things it takes to...

Yard of the Month ends its season

Congratulations to Laura Hefley, 1102 Garlington, July winner of the Bowie News Yard of the Month. This is the last month for our annual contest and we appreciate all the interest and nominations. Other homes considered were: 708 Lee, 301 Live Oak, No. 1 Creekwood, 304 Gallia, 305 Gallia and 270 Trail Drive. Bobbie Jett, 808 Sessions, also was nominated but won earlier this season.
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Man in custody after fleeing police

A 29-year-old Gainesville man remained in custody at the Cooke County Jail on Monday after he reportedly fled from police multiple times over the weekend. Police officers responded to a disturbance in the 1500 block of Cherry Street Friday night, according to a news release. When police arrived, Kyle Charles Rains, who was reportedly involved in the disturbance, fled the scene in a maroon 2010 Dodge Avenger.
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Back to school 2021 countdown begins

It is hard to believe summer is winding down as athletic and band practices began this week, and Meet the Teacher events are scheduled during the next two weeks across Montague County. Prairie Valley Independent School District opens the season with Meet the Teacher on Aug. 5 from 5:30 to...
Jack County,

Friends of the Animal Shelter speaks to Lions

Friends of the Jacksboro Animal Shelter are looking to build a new shelter. It’s a needed thing, as a recent agreement between the city of Jacksboro and Jack County officials has given Animal Control Officer Mike Booher the ability to go out in the county to pick up animals. The present shelter has room for about 20 dogs.

Natural classroom: Survivalist starts school to get outside

Chico resident Phillip Liebel survived the show “Alone: The Beast.”. Now, after seeing the fruits from his time literally living off the land in Canada, he’s starting a school for kids to get in touch with nature. On Saturday, Primitive Wilderness Survival is hosting a free event to give a...

Hermès’ New Limited Edition Watches Wow, Evoke Paradise With Timeless Style

The limited edition Arceau Toucan de Paradis timepiece, only 24 in production, by Hermès features a miniature enamel and silk thread toucan. Love, love, love the latest in the Hermès collection of limited-edition timepieces — the Arceau Toucan de Paradis. With only 24 in production and price upon request, it is destined for serious collectors and we would hope that one or more reside in Texas. The colorful toucan face flanked by 82 diamonds with a Zanzibar blue calfskin band is a vibrant, whimsical beauty that has totally captured this writer’s imagination.

Sales tax holiday on Aug. 6-8

Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar is reminding shoppers they can save money on clothes and school supplies during the state’s sales tax holiday on Aug. 6-8. State law exempts sales tax on qualified items — such as clothing, footwear, school supplies and backpacks — priced below $100, saving shoppers about $8 on every $100 they spend. The date of the sales tax holiday and list of tax-exempt items are set by the Texas Legislature.

Duo wins state 4-H dog show

Entering her last Texas 4-H dog show, Brianna McKeever and her partner Everest felt some pressure. After eight trips to the state championships, the Chico resident wanted to end in style. “The stakes were high to do well,” McKeever said. The duo did not disappoint. The team collected the overall...

Lele Sadoughi Teams Up With Barbie, Turns Her Highland Park Village Store Into a Pink Paradise

Lele” Sadoughi and Barbie are teaming up on a collection like no other. This article is part of a promoted series and not produced by the editorial staff. Renowned Dallas designer Lisa “Lele” Sadoughi opened her first brick-and-mortar store in her hometown in Highland Park Village. The jewel box store is the place to find her custom hand-painted headbands and statement jewelry. And it’s a place where the bubbly often flows.
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5 Can Organizers That Turn Your Small Kitchen Space Into a Pantry Paradise

Having a small pantry is a nuisance. Actually, it's more than that. It really limits your ability to store and use canned goods, which is an issue if you like to preserve your garden's produce (or have a hankering for Amy's soups). While there are plenty of space-saving pantry organization ideas and tips out there (hello spice rack), there's only one tool that'll give you easy access to all of your prepared goods at once: the can organizer.

Cheeseburgers in Paradise

I remember a beach vacation where my parents walked my brother and me down to the beach for a day of fun in the sun, and we had so few belongings with us — so few objects of entertainment — that we could carry them all without breaking a sweat.