Wednesday, November 7, 2018
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Across the state, most of the major races on Tuesday night were close, some very close, with the Republicans winning all of the major races, but not by wide margins. The vote was very different in Bowie County, with voters favoring Republicans by much wider margins. Here are the final totals... + continue reading
Tuesday, November 6, 2018
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The DeKalb Independent School District has launched a new mobile application for smart devices. Developed in partnership with Gabbart Communications, the DISD Mobile App is officially live and available to students, staff, families and community members. The app is compatible with both Apple and... + continue reading
Tuesday, November 6, 2018
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By Heather Wilson hrussell@bowiecountynow.com A local volleyball coach is celebrating her 300th career win.  Brandy Crawford is in her 21st year of coaching, with 17 of those years as a head volleyball coach, and as of press time, will have made her 14th playoff appearance.  ... + continue reading
Tuesday, October 30, 2018
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By Kenny Mitchell kmitchell@bowiecountynow.com   The New Boston Lady Lions are roaring loudly as they enter the 2018 postseason. Make no mistakes, these ladies have been tough all year, dropping just one district match, but they are firing on all cylinders down the stretch. They... + continue reading
Friday, October 26, 2018
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By Heather Wilson hrussell@bowiecountynow.com Leah White of DeKalb is a breast cancer survivor.  Leah’s story began in September of 2017 when she felt what she describes as a “thickness” in her left breast, along with some itching and general discomfort.  Leah, a wife and a mother of... + continue reading

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By Heather Wilson hrussell@bowiecountynow.com Long-time New Boston business owner, civic leader, and philanthropist Hiram Douglas Shute died Thursday, October 11, 2018 at at Texarkana assisted living facility.  Mr. Shute was 90. Hiram Shute was born March 18, 1928 in Dierks, Arkansas.... + continue reading
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Photo by Heather Wilson Christy Walls(L) and Karen Lynch(middle) of Old Boston Methodist Church present Manna Kitchen Director Sue Anderson(R) with a check for $500.  The donation will go to pay for paper products for the Manna Kitchen for two months. + continue reading
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By Kenny Mitchell kmitchell@bowiecountynow.com   The district showdown in New Boston last night between the Lady Lions and the Lady Dragons of Redwater was a hard fought match, but the host Lady Lions prevailed in a three game sweep 25-16, 25-15 and 25-21 to earn the district... + continue reading

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By Kenny Mitchell kmitchell@bowiecountynow.com   The New Boston Lady Lions are roaring loudly as they enter the 2018 postseason. Make no mistakes, these ladies have been tough all year... + continue reading

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By Pam Kumpe   When it’s hardest to love ... So often we love those who can benefit us. Or we love those who stroke our egos. Or who have common likes or hobbies. But what about the person... + continue reading

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By Heather Wilson hrussell@bowiecountynow.com Leah White of DeKalb is a breast cancer survivor.  Leah’s story began in September of 2017 when she felt what she describes as a “thickness” in... + continue reading