The four valedictorians stood on the stage Sunday afternoon in the Bowman County High School gym, socially distanced.
Our country has been blessed with men and women whose sacrifices allowed us to flourish as individuals, as a society, and as a Nation. On Memorial Day, we pause to remember, honor and express our gratitude to all those Americans who lost their lives in uniform.
As the state of North Dakota loosens its COVID-19 restrictions as part of its Smart Restart plan, the businesses in Bowman County have come out of their community hibernation with a new look.
When it came to honoring the Scranton students for their efforts and successes, the 2019-2020 school year, it was a little different May 15.
The North Dakota High School Rodeo Association Board of Directors has decided to cancel the 2020 NDHSRA State Finals Rodeo, which was to be hosted in Bowman starting June 10.
The agriculture and food industries have been deemed essential services, and reducing the risk of contracting an illness such as COVID-19 is important to maintaining farm and ranch operations.
The North Dakota State Library has partnered with libraries across the state to provide a virtual Statewide Summer Reading Kickoff via Facebook. The event will run from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm daily the week of June 1, and will feature crafts, activities, and Storytime from some of your favorite…
The United States Department of Agriculture has released details for the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP). CFAP will assist agricultural producers who have suffered a five percent-or-greater price decline from mid-January 2020 to mid-April 2020 or who had losses due to market suppl…
With nine seniors, it will be a small private graduation ceremony when Scranton Public School says goodbye to its graduating class in front of family and faculty May 24 at 4 p.m. in the school gymnasium.
Mitch Stuber of Bowman has received a $1,000 Agricultural Leadership Scholarship from Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Gamma Rho (AGR) at North Dakota State University.
North Dakota Game and Fish Department officials are looking for information in connection to a moose poaching case earlier this spring in the northeastern part of the state.
Gov. Doug Burgum and State School Superintendent Kirsten Baesler announced Monday that beginning June 1, North Dakota schools will be allowed to host a number of activities, including summer school and college admissions testing.
The North Dakota Legislative Interim – Natural Resources Committee is having a one-hour livestream meeting Monday, May 11 at 12 p.m. Central Time to discuss the land access pilot study that will be tested this fall in Richland, Ramsey and Slope counties.
The North Dakota Parks & Recreation Department announces the reopening of state park campgrounds. In alignment with the North Dakota Smart Restart Campaign, the department will be opening all campgrounds, except Little Missouri State Park, on May 9 for no-service camping. Starting May 21…
The governor of North Dakota stressed that the battle with the Coronavirus has been improving even as the number of cases increase.
It started Friday night with a police escort, something which would have had an entirely different meaning in the 1960s when cruising down the main drag in towns used to be popular.
Congress has passed an amendment to the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act that enables agricultural businesses with 500 or fewer employees to participate in the Small Business Administration’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) program. The bill includes an additio…
Construction began on Monday, April 27 and will span on ND Hwy 22 from New England south to the Jct. of US 12. The project will include pipe extensions, widening, pavement repairs, turn lanes, bridgework, milling, and paving. Contractors will begin their work on the Cedar Creek Bridge.
Gov. Doug Burgum today signed an amended executive order providing additional guidance for businesses that are resuming or continuing operations under the “North Dakota Smart Restart” protocols developed in collaboration with the business community to address the COVID-19 pandemic.
Today, many counties in North Dakota have high fire danger or according to the Fire Danger Map. The Fire Danger Rating is issued by the Missoula Fire Sciences Laboratory daily around 600 AM CDT (500 AM MDT) for each of North Dakota’s 53 counties.
At the same time Gov. Doug Burgum was explaining proposals for restarting the economy of North Dakota in the era of a COVID-19 pandemic, a wind farm facility near Grand Forks became the latest hot spot with hundreds tested and eight positives.
Dickinson Ready Mix in Dickinson, North Dakota, recently announced its purchase of Bowman Ready Mix in Bowman, North Dakota. Dickinson Ready Mix (DRM) assumed ownership and took over operations starting on March 1, 2020.
The U.S. Census Bureau is adapting or delaying some of our operations to protect the health and safety of our staff and the public and make sure we get the same population counted another way.
Consolidated recently awarded $10,000.00 in scholarships to area students. “Consolidated has over a 59 year history of supporting the communities we serve and our scholarship program is just one of the ways we are involved.