Mountrail County Record News

It is still early in the winter of 2016-17, but it is turning into a memorable one.

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When Mother Nature whooped her blizzard on North Dakota this Christmas, area people were ready for it.

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It has been named formally or informally the Christmas Blizzard of 2016.

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The Parshall City Council really wants young people in Parshall to have a swimming pool and splash pad. The question is how to pay for it.

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The Parshall School District received the bad news a few years ago that the current high school building has some structural problems and should be replaced in the next decade.

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Dan and Barb Waldock know a thing or two about protecting their cattle herd during North Dakota’s stormy winter. Even with the back to back storms after Thanksgiving, the couple took it all in stride and managed their herd with the wisdom and care they have used in the past.

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The death of Edwin Benson, of Twin Buttes on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, who was the last living fluent speaker of Mandan could bring the possible extinction of a language that expressed the unique experiences and perceptions of a once-thriving tribe of Plains Indians.

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“The weather outside is frightful.”The opening lyrics to the classic Dean Martin Christmas Carol couldn’t ring more true for Al Christianson, Public Works Director in Parshall these days.

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Even Old Man Winter seems to have a taste for Mexican food, because Monday was clear and calm for the Grand Opening of the long-awaited Taco Johns just off of North Dakota Highway 37 in Parshall.

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December 1, 2016

Winter Storm slams region

Old man winter barreled into our state with a vengeance this week. It should not have been a big surprise, but it likely was for those who are not veterans with years of winter driving experience under their belts.

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