Mountrail County Record News

Not every pile of wood will contain a hidden treasure in it, but this one did and it won’t be forgotten soon. Members of the Parshall Lutheran Church gathered together to clean out an area that had over time become a bit of an eyesore.

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Parshall School District may be in a little hot water.

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From tiny tots to great-grandmothers, Parshall students and community members came together to celebrate fun, fashion and flair at the first Parshall Schools Multicultural Fashion Show.

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The ice was thick – more than three feet – and water was bone chilling, but otherwise it was a very nice day for the MHA Nation Polar Plunge held at the 4 Bears Marina.

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While the North Shore shivered under waves of -20 and -30 degree weather in January, little did area residents realize that Old Man Winter was really waiting for it to warm up before slamming the region with a major winter storm.

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March 1, 2018

License to thrill

Raymond Grotte collects automobile license plates. Lots of them. He has a collection that he estimates between 600 or 700 at the present time.

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Donia Packineau used to have a small, orange, crank sewing machine as a child. She used it to sew Barbie clothes, play things, or small hand sewn gifts for family and friends.

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February 22, 2018

Life of service recognized

Holly Mayer-Taft thought she was going to attend a meeting with some representatives from the Red Cross, so she was surprised to find the Three Affiliated Tribes Council Chamber was filled with her relatives and media last week.

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The cold winter season sparkled a bit recently when forty little girls took to the North Shore-Plaza gym floor to dance their legs off for an appreciative audience.

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“We all want a viable and growing community and we can’t create that by working alone,” said Kenton Onstad.

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