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A three-day gun show at the Bowman County Fairgrounds over the weekend was a big draw, according to organizer Rick Stark.

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The game was decided early with Bowman County improving its record to 5-1 after a lopsided 67-15 win over visiting Richardton-Taylor in Solberg Gym Thursday (Jan. 7).

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Bowman County improved to 4-1 for the 2020 part of the season and demonstrated a numerical palindrome in the process with a 63-36 victory over visiting Haven Wednesday afternoon (Dec. 30) in Solberg gym.

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We continue a series with Game and Fish Department staff on current outdoors topics and issues in North Dakota. This week we visit with Stephanie Tucker, Department furbearer biologist and game management section leader.

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The Buccadawgs were back on the mats after the holiday break this past weekend at the Harding County Invitational Tournament in Buffalo, SD. Ten teams competed with the top 5 placing teams being Hettinger/Scranton, Bowman, Sturgis, Belle Fourche and Killdeer. The Bowman/Beach wrestling clubs…

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Here’s some ice fishing insight for North Dakota this winter from Greg Power, fisheries division chief for the North Dakota Game and Fish Department.

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Led by senior Samantha Oase’s 23 points, the Hettinger-Scranton girls basketball team opened its 2020 season with an easy 58-13 victory over visiting Richardton-Taylor in the opening round of the annual Roughrider Tournament (Dec. 14).

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In spite of a 14-point effort by Scranton’s Jeran Anderson, the visiting New England Tigers were able to claim an easy 53-33 victory Thursday (Dec. 17) in Scranton.

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Bowman County will be looking for its first win of the season Thursday afternoon when the girls basketball team hosts Richardton-Taylor at 4:30 p.m. In Solberg gym.

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Led by senior Samantha Oase's 23 points, the Hettinger-Scranton girls basketball team opened its 2020 season with an easy 58-13 victory over visiting Richardton-Taylor in the opening round of the annual Roughrider Tournament.

I’ll interrupt the usual “migration” of hunting information this time of year with an interesting update on the future of fishing in North Dakota where fisheries biologists continue to mix the standard tried and true fish stocking with innovation and experimentation.

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North Dakota waterfowl hunters are reminded the statewide duck and white-fronted goose seasons close Dec. 6. However, duck hunting in the high plains unit reopens Dec. 12 and continues through Jan. 3.

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I grew up in an era when wild game cooking involved a can of cream of mushroom soup and a roaster. The wild game – grouse, duck, partridge or a rare pheasant – was simmering beneath the greyish gravy base. It was the way Mom did it, the way Grandma did it and maybe family before her?

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The Beulah Miners made a second trip to Bowman in twelve days to take on the Bulldogs in region seven quarter-final match.

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Less than two weeks after Bowman County defeated visiting Beulah by a 3-1 score, the two volleyball teams met again in the district playoffs Tuesday.

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Bowman County left Cooperstown with some extra hardware Saturday and delivered it back to downtown Bowman with a police, sheriff and fire escort – complete with flashing lights and sirens just before midnight.