A summertime celebration became a demonstration of precipitation when downtown Bowman businesses hosted a ‘block party’ called Rock the Block July 30 on Main Street.
The Bowman County School District unveiled its draft for opening and operating its campuses in Rhame and Bowman July 29 and it went before the board again Wednesday for final approval, according to local school superintendent.
Beth Criswell mops up the cornhole boards after an early afternoon rainstorm stopped play in a tournament during the Rock the Block event July 30. The tournament finished later just before another rainstorm caused the block party to close down. PHOTOS/Brad Mosher
Bowman school officials and teachers are working on plans to develop surveys on how to meet the COVID-era challenges looming this fall for the local students, teachers, staff and families.
The Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (WAFWA), with its conservation partners, invites those living, working or invested in the sagebrush ecosystem to participate in an online, on-demand workshop through July 27.
In response to today’s US District Court Order to shut down the Dakota Access Pipeline and remove all oil by Aug, 5, 2020, the North Dakota Petroleum Council issued the following statement:
The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) is seeking comments on an amendment to the 2020-2023 State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) for inclusion of a previously unpublished project in 2020.
Severe thunderstorms may bring large hail, damaging wind gusts and a few tornadoes from the Northern Plains to the Upper Midwest early in the week, but the conditions are ripe for the weather to continue to harshly treat North Dakota, according to the Bismarck office of the National Weather …
Marmarth’s population more than doubled over the Independence Day weekend when the small Slope County community near North Dakota’s border with Montana celebrated the Fourth of July with games, music, a parade and rodeo.
Governor Doug Burgum issued the following statement after U.S. District Court Judge James Boasberg ordered the Dakota Access Pipeline to shut down by Aug. 5 while an environmental impact statement is completed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
The state and Bowman County officials held the first drive up COVID-19 testing Tuesday morning (June 30) at the Bowman County Fairgrounds. See next issue for more on COVID-19 Testing.
The Dakota Community Bank and Trust continued its 80th anniversary celebration June 25 with a free lunch in front of its branch location in downtown Bowman.
The North Dakota Forest Service is seeking nominations for the 2020 Trees Awards. The Trees Awards recognize individuals, organizations, and agencies who contribute in an outstanding way to forestry activities. Forestry activities can include: fire mitigation, protection and suppression; tre…
The North Dakota Petroleum Council announced they are adding virtual features to the 28th Annual Williston Basin Petroleum Conference set to be held September 1-3, 2020 in Bismarck, ND.
The North Dakota Department of Agriculture (NDDA) and the North Dakota Department of Health (NDDoH) are reminding the public to be aware of rabies’ risk. Rabies is a viral infection that affects mammals, including humans. In the United States, the virus circulates in wild animals and is most…
The North Dakota Emergency Commission voted unanimously June 18 to direct over $406 million in federal funding to the state’s COVID-19 response and recovery efforts, with the majority of the money again going to support economic recovery.
It was almost perfect weather for hitting the two lane highways of southwestern North Dakota when local motorcycle enthusiasts left Bowman Saturday morning.