Parshall School District Superintendent Steve Cascaden and school board member Karmen Taft met with the Parshall City Council Tuesday in an effort to consider working together on the building of a community library.
A digital project intern with the North Dakota State Historical Society is in New Town this week preserving documents into infinity.
Parshall School Board members voted on ratification of a two-year teacher contract, however, the Parshall Education Association refused to accept the contract until the board passed the second reading of two resolutions hammered out during negotiations.
A cooperative agreement between the University of North Dakota’s Center for Innovation and Fort Berthold Extension has given several Fort Berthold youth information they can use throughout their lives, in just a week.
Farmers and ranchers in the state maintained North Dakota’s No. 1 ranking in the production of spring and durum wheat, barley, canola, sunflowers, flaxseed, pinto beans, navy beans, dry edible peas and lentils in 2008 compared with other states, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
School may be out for summer but the meeting schedule at the Parshall school is the heaviest it’s been.
Parshall’s Family and Independent class earned admiration from nursing home staff, teachers and residents as they worked on a writing assignment this spring – hands down!