Mountrail County Record News

Ten years is a long time.

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"You feed your horse before you eat food yourself. You take care of your animals" said Kermit Heart Director at the Healing Horse Ranch and Estates near Parshall.

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The classrooms are quiet except for the whirr of the floor polisher.

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Lots of us dreamed of being an astronaut growing up. Aaron Fisher, a first year social studies teacher at Parshall High School was no exception.

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The Highlands of Parshall is no more.

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Serious crimes on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, especially those involving Native Americans, are regarded a federal offenses. As such, they are investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and prosecuted by the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

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Long before Fed Ex and UPS emerged onto the scene to deliver supplies and parcels, "the blue bus" as it has been commonly called, moved packages and even people from Minot to area businesses and home towns along highway 23. Not anymore. Not for a long time.

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It was transition time at Lewis and Clark School as students and teachers closed the books in Makoti.

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Sister Lucille Heidt, says she is a "jack of all trades." She also says she is going to miss all the wonderful people she has met on Fort Berthold over her 27 years of experience here.

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It was a quiet morning at the Wrangler Cafe in Parshall when the big bus pulled into the parking lot.

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