New Boston named a new city secretary in a special called meeting on April 1, 2019.
By Heather Wilson
A 79-year-old Hooks, Texas, man has been sentenced to federal prison for firearms violations in the Easter
Red River Army Depot has partnered with the Texas A&M Forest Service and the Bowie County Firefighters Association to host a Wildland Fire Training Academy, April 29 through May 5.
Maud ISD has named New Boston native Josh Turner as its new athletic director. Turner, a 2006 graduate of New Boston High School, says he always dreamed of being a coach.
By Heather Wilson
Redwater senior pitching ace Bethanee Calicott has done it again, eclipsing the 200 strikeout mark for the third year in a row.
How about those New Boston Lady Lions! The Lady Lions are now ranked #6 in the state according to the Texas Girls Coaches Association poll.
This past Sunday morning, sitting in my new church home, I was moved. It wasn’t the words to a sermon, though my pastor Tommy Earl Burton brought a great message.
Last week, my twin sister thought she’d get the copperhead’s attention (at my mom’s house), so she used the shovel to whack him into pieces—then, she cut his head off!
By Pam Kumpe
Does it feel like the seasons are changing? If you’re a sports fan it is changing. Football season ended a few months back, and college basketball season has just ended too.
By Whitt Sparks
Brooklynn Redman, the daughter of Shannon and Kandis Redman, and the granddaughter of Mam and Gamby Cates of New Boston, is all smiles as she poses for a picture at the Tribune office.
Darrin and Heather Wilson of New Boston are proud to announce the birth of their daughter Lydia Faye Wilson. Lydia was born February 5, 2019 at Titus Regional Medical Center.
Oakview Primary held their first ever Readathon on Thursday, December 20.