Mountrail County Record News

September 1, 2016

North Shore starts new era

“We have to be more of an example to the younger students,” is how Janene Peterson, a senior, at Lewis and Clark-North Shore School in Plaza summed up the new school environment that now includes Kindergarten through grade 12 in Plaza.

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Back to school can be a little different on the Fort Berthold Reservation.

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Way back in 2000, the 4 Bears Casino and Lodge dedicated its brand new events center with a concert by a young, up and coming country singer named Toby Keith.

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New teachers were preparing for the coming school year in Parshall and provided these short biographies to the Mountrail County Record to introduce themselves.

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A powwow celebration is a celebration of the senses. You can feel the throbbing pulse of the drums, hear the singers magical voices and the arena if filled with every color of the rainbow plus a few more.

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The wet summer has made a mess of a lot of things, but many of the building projects around Parshall have managed to make progress despite the conditions.

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There were Batman, Frozen, Ninja Turtles, Superman, Cinderella, Nemo and more.

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Beth Schwartz, the new superintendent of the Parshall School District, has been making herself known around town, finding out how people feel about the school.

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“The bulls did better than the cowboys,” is how Kelly Abrahamson of Abrahamson Rodeo Company described the recent Bullarama held during the recent 110 year celebration in Plaza.

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In many communities with school just around the corner, August signals a time to hang up the swim suit, beach towel, put away the beach ball, floaties, and other trappings of an active swimming season.

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