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Gone, but Not Forgotten: Scranton American Legion

"It is our hope that the Veteran names on our wall will be viewed with the thought of "Gone but not Forgotten" lingering in every visitor's mind." Roxanne Evans Scranton American Legion, Harry W Lindberg Post 151, has a fund raiser in progress to raise money to update their existing Veteran's Memori


Local woman was 'a light to others'

Y'mani Freeman died on a gravel road in Slope County when she lost control of her vehicle and it rolled several times. Three of its four occupants were ejected. Y'mani, the driver, was killed immediately. Two other passengers were left in critical condition and one passed shortly after the crash. Th


Bowman-Slope County Community Foundation (BSCF) Awards Grant

Bowman-Slope County, N.D. - The Bowman-Slope County Community Foundation (BSCF) gave out its first grants in December 2017. Recipients were Scranton Quick Response Unit, Hope for Healing, Slope Farmer's Fair Association for a total of $2400 dollars. These grants were made possible with key gifts fro


Wreaths connect community with non-profits

From L to R- Jodi Freier, Leah King, Sandy Tivis, David Horn (Not Pictured: Karla Germann). Wreaths connect community with non-profits Members of the community assembled together at the Bowman County Courthouse onWednesday, Dec 6th for the very first Deck the Halls Party Fundraiser. The main feature


Scranton students support deployed soldiers during holidays

Earlier this month, Scranton Public School students united under one mission: show brave men and women who fight for the freedom the United States that their sacrifices are not unnoticed. With the combined efforts of friends, parents, the Lutheran Church, and even strangers, the mission was accompl


Photos: Decking the 'Courthouse' Halls Bowman style

The Courthouse in Bowman is a Christmas wonderland thanks to community members and our youth. Pictured Left to Right, the Scranton K-6th graders decorated their tree for display, middle trees; Rhame K-6th grade students provided their holiday touch, right photo, Bowman's 4th -6th graders decorated t


High school athlete of the week - Sarah Mayer

Sarah Mayer, a senior outside hitter on the Dickinson Trinity volleyball team, led the Titans with 19 kills against Heart River on Thursday, Nov. 9, helping her team win the Region 7 tournament with a 3-0 sweep of the Cougars. She also added ten digs, a block and an ace. In the semifinal versus New


Area Schools Honor Area Veterans

Bowman County Area veterans attended the Bowman County High School Veterans Day program on Thursday, November 9. The program included musical numbers by the elementary choir and high school band. Then Lillian Crook spoke on behalf of her father, Garland Crook, a US Army veteran. He served in WWI, Ko


Police: Woman shot, injured on Milwaukee's north side, believed to be accidental

MILWAUKEE - Milwaukee police are investigating a shooting that happened Monday morning, January 15th on the city's north side. It happened around 7:00 a.m. near Teutonia Avenue and Good Hope Road. According to police, a 33-year old woman was shot by a cohabitant. She suffered a non-life threatening

FOX6NOW.COM MILWAUKEE - 2018-01-15 17:58:10

Man accused of shooting at Wauwatosa police officer facing attempted homicide charge

WAUWATOSA, Wis. (CBS 58) - A 23-year-old Milwaukee man is charged with attempted homicide after police say he fired at officers on January 9. According to the criminal complaint, police tried to pull over Shavell Ball because the vehicle he was driving matched the description of one that had been

CBS 58 - 2018-01-16 16:18:00

3,200+ vehicles ticketed during second night of snow plow operation

Milwaukee motorists apparently didn't get the message. The city's first snow plow operation, which mandates that drivers utilize alternate side parking, resulted in 1,835 tickets being issued on the first night. On the second night, parking checkers nabbed 3,231 cars for being on the wrong side of

WISN - 2018-01-16 22:36:00

Couple charged in crash of van carrying 8 children during argument on Milwaukee freeway

Subscribed, but don't have a login? A south side couple who crashed a minivan full of eight children while arguing on the freeway now faces a slew of neglect and endangerment charges. A 12-year-old in the van recorded the chaotic moments leading up to the crash on his cellphone, as children screamed

MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL - 2018-01-16 16:41:33

Shorewood Police Seek Leads In Armed Robbery

Police in Shorewood say a local man was robbed of his wallet after two men, one armed with a screwdriver, approached him in a back alley. SHOREWOOD, WI - Authorities in Shorewood are investigating an armed robbery over the weekend in which a man was held in a back alley. According to Shorewood poli

PATCH - 2018-01-16 17:58:46

2 charged after minivan slammed into wall on I-43 with 8 kids inside

MILWAUKEE - Two people have been charged after a vehicle slammed into a retaining wall on I-43 SB at Fond du Lac Avenue Wednesday morning, Jan. 10. There were eight children, ranging in age from one to 12 in the vehicle at the time. Amanda Martinez 30-year-old Amanda Martinez and 36-year-old Ellis T

FOX6NOW.COM MILWAUKEE - 2018-01-16 14:46:49

Woman loses arm, leg in crash four months after daughter's death

Cheryl Coopman was seriously injured in Sunday's Festival Foods crash in Mount Pleasant Updated: 5:10 PM CST Jan 16, 2018 Cheryl Coopman was seriously injured in Sunday's Festival Foods crash in Mount Pleasant A woman who was transported by Flight for Life to Froedtert Hospital after being struck

WISN - 2018-01-16 23:10:00

More Snow Monday: Weather Hour-By-Hour Forecast

The National Weather Service says that our first snowstorm of 2018 isn't quite done with us yet. Here's what you need to know for Monday: The National Weather Service says that our first snowstorm of 2018 isn't quite done with us yet. After depositing several inches of snow on the area between late

PATCH - 2018-01-16 16:07:39

Round Rock ISD Cancels Classes Ahead Of Winter Storm

ROUND ROCK, TX - Classes at all Round Rock ISD campuses have been canceled Tuesday, Jan. 16, ahead of a winter storm. "Due to inclement weather conditions, @RoundRockISD schools and offices will be closed Tuesday, Jan. 16," officials wrote on Twitter Monday evening. "As the weather system moves thr

PATCH - 2018-01-16 03:15:46

Williamson County Offices Closed Due To Severe Weather

WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TX - Williamson County offices will close on Tuesday, Jan. 16, due to expected severe winter weather, officials said. At midnight on Tuesday, officials activated the Williamson County Emergency Operations Center ahead of the winter storm. Residents are advised to monitor weather

PATCH - 2018-01-16 07:52:19

6 Round Rock lane closures to know along I-35 from Jan. 15-19

The southbound I-35 exit ramp to FM 3406 is closed. The Texas Department of Transportation is encouraging drivers to use the southbound RM 1431 ramp instead and use the bypass lane to reach FM 3406. This change will be in effect until Jan. 31.Southbound I-35 will be reduced to one lane under FM 3406

COMMUNITYIMPACT.COM - 2018-01-15 18:25:20

Dozens Of Flights Canceled To/From Austin Amid Winter Storm

AUSTIN, TX - More than 70 flights have been canceled to and from Austin-Bergstrom International Airportamid a severe winter storm on Tuesday. As of early morning, a dozen flights bound for Austin from Baltimore, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, San Jose and Seattle were canceled. A gl

PATCH - 2018-01-16 18:04:44