Friday, August 29, 2014
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How about some Friday night football predictions to start our Live Scoreboard day off in a big way.   New Boston at Atlanta The Rabbits have a good offense with senior QB Chase Musgrove leading the way and senior running back DeQuan Allen chewing up yards, but the New Boston Lions have more... + continue reading
Friday, August 29, 2014
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For the first time ever, this year the Tribune will host a live scoreboard allowing coaches and fans to call in the latest game score updates as the games are played. You will also be able to send us your pictures from the field and in the stands as the action happens in real time. Scores,... + continue reading
Thursday, August 28, 2014
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In an ongoing effort to improve safety, the Texas Transportation Commission today approved a $12.1 million contract, in conjunction with the Oklahoma Department of Transportation, for replacing the Red River bridge on US 259 between Texas and Oklahoma.  Austin Bridge and Road was awarded the... + continue reading
Thursday, August 28, 2014
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We published our annual football previw edition this week with photos, stories, predictions and schedules for all of our local football teams. Here is a special sneak peek inside the print issue at one of our featured teams, the Maud Cardinals.   By Melanie Pyle Staff Writer Maud is... + continue reading
Thursday, August 28, 2014
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By Melanie Pyle Staff Writer At the regular meeting of the Bowie County Commissioners Court on Monday, the public comments started off with remarks from Constable Chris Lee, who came to express his dismay of the proposed budget, which would cut his pay from $29,250 to $26,600. Lee came armed... + continue reading

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By Melanie Pyle Staff Writer   The NBISD School Health Advisory Council (SHAC) hosted the first 5K run at this month’s Pioneer Days, dubbed as the Hottest Festival in Texas, thus the 5K was aptly named “The Hottest 5K”. The SHAC 5K was put on by a physical activity... + continue reading
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By Kenny Mitchell Publisher After three days of tournament play at the annual Redwater Spikers’ Classic this past week, it was the Avery Lady Bulldogs who earned their fifth straight title at the event, that is annually the most attended volleyball tournament in the area. The Lady... + continue reading
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For the first time ever, this year the Tribune will host a live scoreboard allowing coaches and fans to call in the latest game score updates as the games are played. You will also be able to send us your pictures from the field and in the stands as the action happens in real time. Scores,... + continue reading
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Teams are out of the locker room and have played the third stanza on this first Friday night of the season.. Scores at the half are:   Third quarter scores are: New Boston... + continue reading

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It is so easy to get caught up in the day to day things that seem so important like work, paying the bills, politics and the overall number of things that we have to deal with everyday. It is just as... + continue reading

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by Pam Kumpe Author Caryl McAdoo who now lives in Clarksville, Texas knows she’s home when she drives through the square in this small town even though she spent most of her life in Irving... + continue reading