Mountrail County Record News

Remembering the whole family
December 13, 2018

Remembering the whole family

There are many programs out there to assist families who need support getting through tough times because of financial struggles, substance abuse, domestic violence and other serious problems.

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RTC will meet broadband goals

Maybe some of us still think of Reservation Telephone Cooperative as the “telephone company” but in a changing world it has become so much more.

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It is the time of year for twinkling lights and vision of sleighs and creches to mark the Christmas season. The Parshall Promoters have launched their Light Up Parshall contest for 2018

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Keeping Norsk tradition alive

The scent of Norwegian cuisine recently roamed through the streets of Makoti. The potatoes had been balled up and were ready to be flattened out for Saturday’s Lefse Frying at Bonnie Schenfisch’s house.

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Vendor show hosts hundreds
November 20, 2018

Vendor show hosts hundreds

Friday may have reminded us that winter is upon us, but that didn’t slow down shoppers from turning out in droves Saturday for the 2018 Parshall Fall Vendors Showcase in the Parshall High School Gymnasium.

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Stephanie Edwards, a Plaza Mother of three children. first thought about writing her book more than 17 years ago when her first child, Dylan, was born.

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Schwarz resigns from Parshall Schools

Parshall School Superintendent Beth Schwarz resigned at Tuesday night’s school board meeting.

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November 15, 2018

Braves honor veterans

Sunday marked the 100th anniversary of the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month when the “war to end all wars” finally ground to a halt after four blood soaked years.

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Makoti couple recollects their service in WWII

It has been 73 years since President Harry S. Truman ended WWII, and as time pushes forward, the number of WWII veterans dwindles. Sadly, then too will their stories.

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Election workers in New Town and Parshall said traffic at the New Town Civic Center was constant most of the day but turnout was either comparable or down from the general election in 2016.

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