Mountrail County Record News

Sometimes it can be a long journey just to get to the beginning.

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Janeth Robson I am a Special Education teacher and grew up in Cebu Philippines.

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Work on the Main Street Project in Parshall made a lot of progress last month but the contractor, Tand Construction of Mandan is still struggling to make up for time lost to a rain-soaked month of June.

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August 16, 2018

Horsing around

If you are a fan of horsemanship, there wasn’t a better place to be than at the Healing Horse Ranch Thursday and Friday.

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It is no wonder that Tegan and Tana Lee have a shelf full of ribbons from the fair and 4-H projects. In their home, and like many 4-H parents, Paul and Sarah Lee bring plenty of support to the table.

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As Parshall School District prepares to begin a new school year, administrators and teachers are preparing to change the way students are prepared for a lifetime of literacy and learning.

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The old Plaza Congregational Church, a museum since 1975, is the “new” oldest chapel in the state of North Dakota. According to the 1955 “North Dakota History” publication, the chapel was erected in 1880, and elders say it was designed by Architect and Fort Berthold Missionary Rev. Dr. Charles L. Hall.

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“Buckin’ in the Bakken, an afternoon of bull riding and related activities at the Plaza celebration seem to be more popular every year.” said Kelly Abrahamson, project provider for the event.

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After months of meetings to figure ways to improve the quality of life in Parshall, about 30 people gathered at the El Patron Restaurant (formerly the Wrangler) to report on what they thought were projects that would help the community.

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Diners in the Parshall area have been worried about where they will get their coffee, bacon and eggs over the past five weeks since the owner of the Wrangler Restaurant, Dean Clement, had to retire due to health problems.

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