Mountrail County Record News

July 6, 2017

End of the bust?

The steep declines in sales and purchases in North Dakota may be leveling off, possibly signaling an end of the economic decline of the last two years.

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It was unusually cool even when the sun was shining bright at this year’s Santee Lucky Mound Powwow held south of Parshall.

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It’s for the door prizes, for the food, for the $25 credit. Folks might say that’s why they attend the Annual Reservation Telephone meeting. And those things might be true also, but then they get serious.

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Red Berry Woman, an official native fashion business is a reality now. But it wasn’t always that way. Its creator, Norma Baker Flying Horse, learned her craft at a young age.

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Josh Johnson farms land that has been in his Plaza area family for four generations. He looked over the seeded acres of small grains, pulses and oil seed crops to observe progress in this planting season.

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June 15, 2017

She’s just a gem

For one former White Shield resident, the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.

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Teams from Williston and Minot took the top two spots in the Van Hook Classic Catch and Release Walleye Tournament held last weekend but locals didn’t fare too badly, placing third through fifth.

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If voters approve, Parshall could have a new school building by the 2018-19 school year.

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Officials of the American Legion Arthur Solie Post 121 added a significant item to their Memorial Day agenda.

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The drums throbbed and the singers sang their traditional songs as a couple of events kicked off the summer powwow season on the Fort Berthold Reservation.

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