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Bowman, ND 58623-0012

City reinstates red zone for latest major sewer break

June 12, 2015

A portion of the city of Bowman is back in the all-too-familiar red zone today after a major sewer break happened last night south of the Bowman City Park.

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City says thanks, but no thanks to MDU, Slope agreement

June 05, 2015

City kindly passes on requesting Montana-Dakota Utilities and Slope Electric service area agreement.

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City prepares for more infrastructure improvements

May 29, 2015

Jon Brosz of Brosz Engineering gave the city of Bowman some good news and some bad news this week.

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SWHC asks city for $2.5M bond increase for project

March 27, 2015

Southwest Healthcare Services is seeking all possible financial help after learning the costs of its renovation and expansion project dramatically increased.

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City to get new, fixed sidewalks with Safe Routes to Schools project

March 13, 2015

A mix of new and upgraded sidewalk will stretch continuously along 1st Street SW in Bowman from 3rd Avenue SE up to the front of Roosevelt Elementary once the city finishes its current Safe Routes to Schools project.

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City working on flood insurance map update

March 13, 2015

What does this all mean for you? You could save money on flood insurance.

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Less than a month to Shopko's opening

March 06, 2015

Shopko gave the official word in a statement last week explaining that it had finished the transaction for purchasing the former Alco building in Bowman.

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SWHC calls portion of plans a future add-on

February 27, 2015

While the architect and contractors for the Southwest Healthcare Services project updated staff at the Bowman health care provider last week, it was clarified this week that part of the plans would potentially be left out of construction due to overwhelming costs.

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City identifies top projects for use surge funds

February 23, 2015

What will the city do with millions of dollars of surge funding?

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Prohibiting growth? Local bar owners voice concern over possible city liquor license ordinance change

February 20, 2015

Several owners of local alcohol-serving establishments voiced their concerns during a city meeting this week to discuss the city of Bowman’s liquor license ordinance as the city has reached its capped amount of available licenses.

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Hospital project to start ‘mobilization’ in April

February 20, 2015

It’s been a relatively quiet winter for Southwest Health Care Services while the Bowman health care provider solidifies its plans for the long-awaited, large-scale renovation of its facilities.

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A window into the past: Lori Nohner joins staff as manager of Pioneer Trails Regional Museum

February 12, 2015

Visitors to the Pioneer Trails Regional Museum may expect to learn about the area’s settlement when they walk inside, but they are surprised to see a full-scale cast of a triceratops and to view petroglyph photos taken from nearby caves.

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Majority of Bowman trees ‘in state of decline’

February 06, 2015

While the city of Bowman has a total of 526 trees standing on its public boulevards, accounting for 27 different species, less than 1 percent of those trees are considered to be in excellent condition.

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CHIEF: Police body cameras are crucial

January 30, 2015

You might have seen or read in the news recently about police body cameras.

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SHOPKO COMING TO BOWMAN: ‘It’s pretty official,’ Alco manager says; Shopko stays mum on official word

January 23, 2015

The latest guessing game in Bowman was which retailer would take over Alco’s location, ever since it made public that it was closing its doors.

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City gets $96k bill for sewer repair

December 19, 2014

Estimates for the city’s sewer repair in Bowman City Park earlier this month were provided to the city this week.

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Residents rejoice as city fixes sewer problem

December 12, 2014

Bowman residents heaved a hefty sigh of relief last week.

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MAYOR: Sewer problem ‘will get fixed’ (But when?)

November 28, 2014

City of Bowman Board of Commissioners President Lyn James provided an update Tuesday regarding the ongoing sewer situation plaguing the city.

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Bowman to see water, garbage rate increase at start of 2015

November 14, 2014

Bowman will see an increase in its bulk water and garbage fees at the beginning of next year.

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Bowman voters oppose city sales tax measure

November 08, 2014

The only ballot measure facing the city of Bowman was voted down in this week’s general election, which could put the status of a new community recreation center on hold indefinitely.

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City sets dates, rules for new fall cleanup

October 10, 2014

Commission tables discussion on grass clippings pick-up.

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BOWMAN RAISES PROPERTY TAXES: City Commission President explains state of city taxes and budget

September 26, 2014

The month of August in each year is a challenging month for elected and appointed officials.

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Rainbow Run shows Bowman: WERE YOU SPOTTED?

August 15, 2014

A colorful cloud formed over James Field in Bowman last week. Barbi Narum and other volunteers on Aug. 8 brought to the community a 5k Rainbow Run/Walk to support the youth of St. Charles Catholic Parish in Bowman.

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EARN YOUR G.E.D.: Bowman course to resume this month for potential grads

August 08, 2014

Over the course of a lifetime, individuals who have earned their high school diploma or their General Education Diploma, G.E.D., earn significantly higher incomes than those who do not.

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City OKs TIF District Planning

April 01, 2014

Bowman now is poised to begin accepting TIF district applications from developers.

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