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I love old photographs, they tell stories long forgotten, and conjure memories of favorite relatives.  If you see yourself or one of your loved ones, come on by the Pioneer and  browse through the Unclaimed Photos. The Bowman County Pioneer is open Monday – Thursday 8am to 5pm. 

Thursday January 9th was Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. Some of the children from Here We Grow Again Daycare went and visited the Bowman Sherriff’s Department! They brought them some delicious cupcakes they made; they were topped with Cop cars that they made from candy. They also each mad…

The Bowman County Beach wrestlers wrestled in a dual against the Hettinger Scranton Nighthawks in Hettinger Tuesday evening. The dual was not just for region standing but local organizations brought the two communities together for a Giving Hearts Fundraiser. The youth programs started out t…

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Do you see yourself or someone related to you?Please drop by the Bowman County Pioneer to claim your photos. Next week we will be showing you unclaimed sports photographs.The Bowman County Pioneer is open Monday – Thursday 8am to 5pm.

Southwestern North Dakota was hammered by winds of nearly 70 miles per hour as a storm front moved through the region over the weekend.

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The Bowman County Pioneer is hoping to reunite families with some of their photos, if members of the families can stop by the newspaper office.

Dakota Western Bank donated a laptop computer and QuickBooks software to CouR4ge Scholarships, a charitable organization started by the Jason Ruggles family.  

On November 22, 2019, members of the Bowman County FFA chapter participated at an Ag Activity day held in Belfield.  Ag I students participated and Bowman County Chapter officers Cheyenne Dodge, Kevin Fischer, Katelynn Griggs, Harley Lardy, and Brendon Rasmussen led a Farm Safety workshop wh…

On Tuesday, December 17, 2019 the Rise and Shine Daycare took a field trip.  They visited Lasting Visions and had hot chocolate, the Bowman County Pioneer and were given candy canes, and also went to SWHC’s Long Term Care.  The children were adorable, and sang enthusiastically.  It was a spe…

At first glance, it might not appear that sign vandalism and North Dakota’s outdoors would have much in common. But on closer inspection, the connections are obvious.