News

  • April 22, 2022 Bowman County Pioneer Staff Report Spring may have just recently arrived in North Dakota, but much of the state and region didn’t look like it for the past week. Some cities, like Minot, got about three feet of snow over a three-day......

  • April 01, 2022 BISMARCK, N.D. – The Western North Dakota Honor Flight announces their inaugural flight out of Bismarck, North Dakota, will have 93 American military veterans aboard. They are veterans of World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War. The flight will......

  • January 07, 2022 By Jeff Beach Agweek Photo by Brad Mosher Inflation coupled with the effects of The Great Resignation will be among the factors to watch in the coming year in agriculture. Every year is a gamble in agriculture, with the cards being revealed......

  •   December 10, 2021 Drought-stressed forages can be high in nitrates and cause toxicity issues in cattle. (NDSU photo) Many livestock operations harvested drought-affected crops, annual small-grains or other alternative forages to make up for reduced hay production in North Dakota. These drought-stressed forages can......

  • November 10, 2021 By Brad Mosher bmosher@badlandspatriot.com The rebirth of the annual Hunter Supper in Rhame Friday (Nov. 5) was a success, one of the organizers said as he looked out at an American Legion Hall filled with people eating and getting ready for the......

  • October 8, 2021 Due to the impacts of widespread drought on forage and hay production in North Dakota, most livestock producers are seeking feed resources to get animals through the upcoming winter. The United States Department of Agriculture recently announced that the Emergency Assistance for......

  • September 17, 2021   Bowman, ND, September 7, 2021: The Bowman-Slope Soil Conservation District (SCD) has partnered with the North Dakota Department of Environmental Quality (NDDEQ) to assess the water quality conditions in the Bowman-Haley Dam Reservoir and the tributaries to the reservoir. This project......

  • August 20, 2021 Hunters should take note of the map tools available to identify electronically posted private land before venturing out in the field this fall. Brian Hosek, North Dakota Game and Fish Department business operations manager, said map resources, mobile applications and printable maps......

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PHONE: (701) 523-3130

Bowman County Auditor
104 1st St NW, Suite 1
Bowman ND 58623

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