Mountrail County Record News

Mother Nature has been very moody this year.

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Mountrail County Sheriff Ken Halvorson released his department’s activity report for the year of 2016.

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Mark Grueneich is comfortable joking that he has been in coaching for a long time, since the “Paleozoic age,” he jests.

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April 20, 2017

Where did the snow go?

It might be hard to remember, but for about six weeks after Thanksgiving, it looked like it was going to a winter for the record books with more than four feet of snow covering towns, farms, and pastures.

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A glitch in a meter reader means Parshall residents’ water bills will be a little bigger to start the year.

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Sonja Fox waited her chance to win a championship belt. When she got the chance, she didn’t waste it.

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The Parshall School Board worked its way through a lengthy agenda at its regular meeting Tuesday. Much of the agenda was taken up by a presentation on the options for paying for remodeling or replacing the existing high school building and reviewing the district’s policies.

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Packing heat could be the new motto of residents across the state. A new law signed by Gov. Doug Burgum lets citizens carry a concealed weapon if they meet the eligibility requirements for a Class 2 concealed weapons’ license and have possessed a valid North Dakota driver’s license or ID card for at least a year.

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Most of the Bakken saw double digit declines in sales and purchases according to information released by the North Dakota Tax Department.

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Madison Moen works in Washington D.C. as an intern in Senator Heidi Heitkamp’s office these days. When she traveled there in January of this year she took her rural roots right along with her.

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